StageSeries D | Alive
Last Raised$70M | 16 days ago
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Nymbus provides a cloud-based financial services ecosystem. It offers a perspective on growth for brands, banks, fintech, and credit unions with the technology and support. The platform enables financial institutions to respond to a pre-integrated payment service for their customers and members. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Jacksonville, Florida.
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ESPs containing Nymbus
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The omnichannel banking enablement market focuses on providing financial institutions with the tools and solutions to deliver a seamless and consistent banking experience across multiple channels and devices. This market offers a range of solutions that enable integration and synchronization of banking services across physical branches, online platforms, mobile applications, and other touchpoints.…
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Expert Collections containing Nymbus
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Nymbus is included in 6 Expert Collections, including Banking.
This collection contains companies that provide alternative means for obtaining a loan for personal or business use and companies that provide software to lenders for the application, underwriting, funding or loan collection process.
Companies and startups in this collection enable consumers, businesses, and governments to pay each other - online and at the physical point-of-sale.
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Latest Nymbus News
Jun 1, 2023
Weekly Funding Highlights – 1 June 2023 New week – new closed funding rounds. This week’s funding highlights cover personal finance, AI software, data, security, and many more! Take a look at some major investments of this week. Sam Altman’s Worldcoin project raises $115m Sam Altman’s Tools for Humanity has raised $115 million for Worldcoin, its effort to build an identity and financial network by giving away free crypto tokens to people who agree to get their irises scanned. The Series C was led by Blockchain Capital and joined by a16z crypto, Bain Capital Crypto and Distributed Global. Worldcoin has set itself the ambitious target of creating “universal access to the global economy regardless of country or background”. So far it has more than 1.7 million signups. Read more India’s PhonePe secures another $100m from General Atlantic Indian payments giant PhonePe has secured an additional $100 million from existing backer General Atlantic, as part of its efforts to raise $1 billion in funding. PhonePe kicked off its latest funding round in January, with General Atlantic investing $350 million in the paytech firm at a pre-money valuation of $12 billion. In the second round held in February, PhonePe bagged an additional $100 million from Ribbit Capital, Tiger Global and TVS Capital Funds. Read more Nymbus raises USD 70 million in Series D funding round Banking technology solutions provider Nymbus has raised USD 70 million in Series D funding round for developing new offerings and expanding its services. The round was led by Insight Partners, alongside fintech company investors, such as the Mendon Venture Partners and The Banc Funds Company. Read more Irish payments start-up NomuPay lands $53.6m in funding Dublin-headquartered unified payments platform NomuPay has raised $53.6 million to unlock local payment acceptance and payout disbursements for enterprises in Southeast Asia, Turkey and Europe. The round was co-led by Finch Capital and Outpost Ventures, an investment platform of Neuberger Berman, with participation from individuals. Read more Italian open banking fintech Fabrick snaps €40M from Mastercard and unnamed shareholders Fabrick, an Italian fintech company that operates as an open banking platform and ecosystem has just snapped €40 million in a round that saw participation from Mastercard alongside a number of unnamed shareholders that hold a minority stake in the open finance platform. Notably, this is the first time the company has taken external funding since its debut in 2018. Read more Rent reporting platform Boom raises $4.5m Rent reporting platform Boom has raised $4.5 million in a seed funding round joined by Plaid co-founders William Hockey and Zach Perret. Starting Line led the round, with participation from Clocktower Ventures, Company Ventures and Gilgamesh Ventures. Launched in late 2021, the Boom allows renters in the US to build credit using their rent payment. Read more Dutch fintech Klearly raises €2.1 million and officially launches its payments app in the Netherlands Amsterdam-based payments app, aimed at SMEs, Klearly has raised €2.1 million in pre-seed funding and has officially launched its app in the Netherlands. The app allows SMEs to receive payments directly on their phones. Already in circulation via a pilot with taxi drivers in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, including Bolt drivers, it has also grown in popularity within the restaurant and canal cruise industries – citing an increase by 173% in the past month and thirty thousand payments processed since the pilot began. The investment round was led by Antler and Global PayTech Ventures and includes angel investment. Read more Paris-based climate tech startup secures €1.5M to revolutionise carbon credit trading for European greentech SMEs Carbon credits hold significant importance in expediting the energy transition. Last year, the value of traded global markets for carbon dioxide (CO2) permits surged by 164% to a record-breaking 760 billion euros ($851 billion), as determined by Refinitiv. Ensuring efficiency in the voluntary carbon market is a pivotal lever to offset climate emissions effectively. It allows for optimal resource allocation towards impactful carbon reduction projects, driving progress towards a sustainable and low-carbon future. Read more – Do you have any news to share: please put email@example.com on your press list. Curious to read and find out more from fintech? Then subscribe & read our full newsletters here. In order to see our other weekly highlights, check out the following links: analysis & opinion , research . Share this Article
Nymbus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Nymbus founded?
Nymbus was founded in 2015.
Where is Nymbus's headquarters?
Nymbus's headquarters is located at 76 South Laura Street, Jacksonville.
What is Nymbus's latest funding round?
Nymbus's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Nymbus raise?
Nymbus raised a total of $211.42M.
Who are the investors of Nymbus?
Investors of Nymbus include Insight Partners, People's Bank, Mendon Venture Partners, The Banc Funds, ConnectOne Bancorp and 10 more.
Who are Nymbus's competitors?
Competitors of Nymbus include Droit, Mambu, Turnkey Lender, Apiture, MANTL, NovoPayment, Technisys, Finxact, Plaid, MeridianLink and 25 more.
Compare Nymbus to Competitors
Finastra, formed by the merger of Misys and D+H, provides a range of financial services, treasury, lending, and banking software solutions to bank and financial institution clients, providing both in-house and cloud-based tools.
Mambu operates as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) banking platform. The platform offers lending solutions, mortgage solutions, business banking, deposit solutions, and more. It serves financial technology companies, e-commerce platforms, traditional banks, and more. It was founded in 2011 and is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Synapse develops a platform helping banks and developers work together. The technology involves developer-facing application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow companies to connect with banks to offer services, and also bank-facing APIs that allow banks to automate and extend back-end operations. It was formerly known as Synapse Payments. It was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.
BrightFi is a financial technology company that provides digital banking services that help financial institutions and non-banks of all sizes who want to launch banking products, configure, test and deploy new products or digital brands at a fraction of the time and cost.
Thought Machine is a financial technology company building cloud-native technology to revolutionize core banking. The company offers technology that runs any type of banking product, from mortgages to current accounts, and has a workflow engine that defines how the bank operates. It was founded in 2014 and is based in London, United Kingdom.
Backbase is a software company that aims to help financial institutions create, manage, and optimize secure omni-channel customer interactions. The company's Backbase CXP has been designed to help organize, create, and manage deeply relevant customer experiences across all channels, on any device, to delight customers and deliver measurable business results. Backbase was founded in 2003 and is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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