Singapore’s M&S Partnerts invests $250K in P2P lending marketplace Faircent

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Singapore-based M&S Partnersled by founder and CEO Hiro Mashita, has invested $250,000 in Fairassets Technologies, the company behind peer-to-peer (P2P) lending marketplace Faircent. The latest deal values Gurgaon-based Fairassets, that was founded in 2013, at $8 million.

The deal materialised following Faircent’s participation in InnoTrek delegation, an initiative of IT industry body NASSCOM’s 10,000 Startups Programme.

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