KIYATEC Announces Investment from Seae Ventures and Names Co-founder and Managing Partner Jason Robart to its Board of Directors
01 May, 2021
– Greenlight, a fintech company that pitches parents on kid-friendly bank accounts, has raised $260m in a Series D funding round.
– The funding comes just months after the Atlanta-based startup landed $215m in funding at a $1.2bn valuation.
– With the latest round, Greenlight has now raised more than $550m since its 2014 inception.
– Andreessen Horowitz led the Series D, which also included participation from returning backers TTV Capital, Canapi Ventures, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, BOND, Fin VC and Goodwater Capital, as well as new investors Wellington Management, Owl Ventures and LionTree Partners.
– Since it launched its debit cards for kids in 2017, the company has managed to set up accounts for more than 3 million parents and children, who have saved more than $120m through the app.