Qupital, Asia’s leading data-driven financing platform for SMEs in the new economy, today announced its new Series B2 financing round funded by a consortium of new and existing investors from Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. The fresh capital injection will be instrumental in scaling its securitisation facility backed by Citi, which supports its rapidly growing e-commerce loan portfolio.
Andy Chan, Co-founder and President at Qupital, a Hong Kong based company focusing in cross-broder e-commerce trade finance discusses its $150M series B funding and business outlook. He speaks with Shery Ahn & Haidi Stroud-Watts on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia”.
Qupital Secures US$150 Million Round to Accelerate Global Expansion and B2B “Buy Now, Pay Later” Product
HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 9 November 2021 – Asia’s leading financial technology platform Qupital today announced it has raised US$150 million in a combination of Series B equity funding and a receivables-backed securitization facility.
The company, long backed by an Alibaba Group Holding affiliate, focuses on arranging loans for Chinese vendors selling goods abroad via e-commerce platforms. Qupital’s U.S. dollar loans can finance offshore warehouses and other logistics and marketing costs.
近日，36氪获悉，金融科技平台桥彼道（Qupital）通过B轮股权融资及资产证券化项目，共筹集1.5亿美元资金。本轮融资由大湾区共同家园发展基金领投，并获香港特别行政区政府旗下“创科创投基金”、概念资本、瑞峰及阿里巴巴创业者基金等投资者注资；本次资产证券化项目由花旗集团牵头，并获 Integrated Alternative Credit Fund 投资。
Qupital, a Hong Kong-based fintech startup that offers cross-border e-commerce financing, has secured $150 million to expand its business in international markets and lift technological capabilities.
Qupital, a Hong Kong-based trade finance platform, announced on Wednesday it has entered into an agreement with leading global e-commerce platform eBay as one of its officially recommended Hong Kong financing service providers.