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|| Russia Simile Ventures acquired $2 million stake in SlicePay

simile ventures - slicepay.jpgRussian early-stage investment firm Simile Venture Partners, along with other investors, has participated in the $2 million funding of the Bengalore-based fintech startup SlicePay.

Founded in November 2015 by Deepak Malhotra and Rajan Bajaj, SlicePay is an instant credit application that college students can use for smarter and simpler payments. SlicePay will be using the funding to expand to three more cities from the current three cities that they are currently operational in. (Established in 2012, Simile Venture Partners specializes in investments like hatch stage, early stage, pre-seed, seed stage, and Series A financing with their priority markets being Europe, South-East Asia, India, Brazil, Turkey and Russia.)

To see a list of investors from Russia similar to Simile Venture Partners, check the Russian Investors Directory.



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