Venture capital firm Nauta Capital has closed its latest fund at $170 million to invest in tech companies at Series A rounds. This brings its total assets under management to $350 million. The London-based firm, with offices in Barcelona and Boston, has invested in eight companies so far through this third fund including Spain’s Lodgify […]
Dome9 Security, a company specializing in cloud-based cybersecurity, has raised $16.5 million in Series C funding. The company, previously based in Tel Aviv, has recently moved its headquarters to Mountain View, California. The investment round was led by the Japanese telecom giant SoftBank, which is a new investor in the company.
Scottish Synpromics Ltd, a gene control company, has raised £5.2 million. The funding comes from existing investors Calculus Capital, the Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise, and private shareholders.
Swedish insurtech company BIMA, which brings mobile microinsurance to underserved families in emerging markets, has raised $16.8 million. The round was led by Axiata Digital, the digital services arm of Axiata Group, one of Asia’s largest telecommunications groups. Also participating in the round were existing investors Kinnevik, Milicom (Tigo), LeapFrog Investments and Digicel. The company has raised $75 million to date.
Finnish Mobidiag, a molecular diagnostics company, has raised €3.99 million, supported by the Finnish investment service company Kansalaisrahoitus Oy, with the funding coming from over 300 investors. Additionally, the company has received a loan of €15 million euros from the European Investment Bank.
Israeli medtech company Aspect Imaging, which develops small MRI systems for specific organs in the body, has raised $30 million from existing investors. This comes after raising a round of $20 million in July 2016.
Belgian company Enervalis, an IT platform focused on optimizing the use of green energy, has raised €4.2 million. The funding comes from LRM, Nuhma, and ABB, which each invested €1.4 million. The company says it will use the capital to fund further research to enhance their energy saving software, and to grow internationally.