That’s how much 8 startup CEOs speaking at the Future of Fintech have raised in the last 4 months.
Clearly, speaking at the Future of Fintech is good for fundraising. (Yes, we know — correlation/causation.)
Earlier this month, Affirm announced it raised $300M in Series F funding, increasing its valuation to $2.9B. We’re looking forward to hearing more from CEO Max Levchin at Future of Fintech 2019 (June 11-13, NYC) to see how the company is going to deploy this monster round.
We’ll also hear from:
CEO & co-founder of Chime ($200M Series D in March, $1.5B valuation)
Co-founder & president of Airwallex ($100M Series C in March, $1B valuation)
CEO & co-founder of Credit Karma ($500M from Silver Lake in March, $4B valuation)
CEO & co-founder of Ellevest ($33M in March)
CEO of Acorns ($105M Series E in January)
CEO & co-founder of Plaid ($250M Series C in December, $2.65B valuation)
CEO & co-founder of Toss ($80M Series D in December, $1.2B valuation)
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