Finch Capital

Finch Capital

A venture capital firm in Amsterdam that focuses on FinTech sector in Europe and South East Asia.

Finch Capital is a venture capital firm in Amsterdam that focuses on FinTech sector in Europe and South East Asia. Founded 2013 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands by Hans de Back and Radboud Vlaar, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, series B, and other ventures. Its portfolio companies include Goodlord, Trussle, AYLIEN, Halofina, PerfOps, Twinco Capital, Purely Capital, Fixico, symmetrical.ai, and Twisto. As of April 2020, Finch Capital has made 43 investments. Their most recent investment was on March 9, 2020, when Goodlord raised $13.1M. Finch Capital has had three exits, the most notable of which include Knip, Pritle., and Komparu. Finch Capital has raised two funds, their latest being Finch Capital Fund II. This fund was announced on August 1, 2018 and raised a total of €110M.

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Alix Brunet

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Aman Ghei

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Merel Treffers

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Radboud Vlaar

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Reinier Musters

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AYLIEN

Goodlord

Trussle

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Omar Faridi
June 30, 2020
Crowdfund Insider
Polish-British Fintech Symmetrical.ai, which helps employees maintain financial wellbeing, secures $6.3 million in seed funding.
Annie Musgrove
December 19, 2019
Tech.eu
Aylien, a Dublin-based provider of AI-powered risk intelligence and financial analytics, has raised a €5 million Series A round led by Finch Capital, with support from existing investors: Atlantic Bridge University Fund, SOSV, and Enterprise Ireland. Finch Capital's Hans De Back is joining Aylien's board of directors. The Irish fintech has developed an AI platform ...

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