Credit Benchmark Gets Further $20M For Its Consensus Credit Risk Platform

Credit Benchmark Gets Further $20M For Its Consensus Credit Risk Platform

By Natasha Lomas A year on from an Index Ventures-led $7 million Series A, London-based fintech startup Credit Benchmark has extended its runway with a $20 million Series B. The startup is building a platform aimed at improving financial market benchmarks and risk assessment analysis by aggregating anonymized credit risk data from multiple banks to build up consensus data. Read More

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