FinTech firm Neyber raises £115m from investors including Goldman Sachs

Sep 13, 2017 · uktech.news

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UK FinTech firm Neyber has raised £115m from investors including Goldman Sachs.

The London-based firm, which enables companies to offer employees access to ‘affordable’ loans, also drew support from existing investors including Deutsche Bank COO Henry Richotte, and Gaël de Boissard, the co-head of Credit Suisse investment bank.

Goldman Sachs poured £100m into the round, which is made up of equity and debt financing. It comes after Neyber closed a £7.5m Series B in April.

Neyber is interesting to us as the leading provider of this type of product, which is a bit different and has good attributes to lend against," Nishi Somaiya, partner at Goldman Sachs, told the Financial Times.

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