Flexible financing gives venture capital a run for the money in Latin America


Latin America’s banner year for venture capital investing was driven by eight- and nine-figure deals, particularly for fintech investments. SoftBank alone invested more than $1 billion from its $5 billion fund for the region, including in Rappi, a Colombia-based delivery startup, and Clip, a Mexican payments provider initially backed by Accion. Argentina-based digital lender Ualá has raised nearly $200 million, including from Tencent Holdings and SoftBank. Brazil’s neo-bank unicorn NuBank raised $400 million.

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