Singapore-based Arbor Ventures is building a new fintech fund • CableFree TV

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Peter Kavinsky

Arbor Venturessponsor of fintech startups and trading startups such as installment loan company tabby and Amazon brand factory heydayhas blocked $193 million for its largest fund to date, TechCrunch has learned.

The Singapore-based venture capital firm focuses on early-stage fintech startups, but has a fairly broad view of what fintech is all about; his portfolio includes startups working on AI, healthcare, crypto and (of course) a few buy now, pay later scheme. Arbor is looking to raise almost $107 million more for its third core fund, which could reach a total of $300 million a year. normative documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Although Arbor is headquartered in Southeast Asia, Arbor supports startups everywhere, with investors based in hubs such as New York, San Francisco as well as Tokyo. To date, the firm has made at least 70 investments and has more than a dozen market entries under its belt. Pitchbook.

Arbor did not respond to requests for comment on its cash plans, but its deals over the past year seem as diverse as ever; they cover the wholesale trading site Ralaliartificial intelligence insurance company Planck and HR startup Hi Bob.

Other fintech investors making headlines lately include New York. Klee Capitalwhich is raising a $50 million third fund, and Jakarta, Indonesia. AS Ventureswhich has targeted $250 million for its fifth fund.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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