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Viola FinTech

Viola FinTech

Viola FinTech is a cross-stage venture fund that invests in global financial technology companies.

Viola FinTech is a Herzeliya, Israel based venture capital fund and subsidiary of Viola Ventures. They focus on cross-stage ventures where they either co-lead an investment or are the second participant behind an institutional investor. 



Viola FinTech prefers investment in companies in the sectors of financial technology, insurance technology, regulatory technology, wealth and asset management, platforms for liquidity and compliance, labor technology, and the digitization and modernization of core systems. They want companies to have a distribution strategy with an initial product-market fit and regulatory fit.

Investment

Viola FinTech has investments in T-REX, Planck, Rewire, Insur, Syte, IronSource, Outbrain, Dynamic Yield, Optimax Eyewear, Taranis, MarketInvoice, Behalf, Puls and Cyberint.

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T-REX is a cloud-based SaaS company which combines big data and asset class expertise to provide solutions and enhance performance of complex investments, including renewable energy and structured credit markets.

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Adam Shalem

Analyst



Adi Shani

Controller



Daniel Tsiddon

Founder & General Partner



Itzik Avidor

Group CFO



Maayan Levy

Principal



Tomer Michaeli

General Partner



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Catherine Shu
November 25, 2019
TechCrunch
TookiTaki, a startup that develops machine learning-based financial compliance software, announced today it has raised a $11.7 million in additional Series A funding, led by Viola Fintech and SIG Asia Investment, with participation from Normura Holdings. Existing investors Illuminate Financial, Jungle Ventures and SEEDs Capital also returned for the extension, which brings TookiTaki's total Series [...]

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