Jordan-based Fintech liwwa raised $18.5 million in Pre-Series B in a mix of equity and debt

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Jordan-based Fintech liwwa raised $18.5 million in Pre-Series B in a mix of equity and debt led by existing investors, DASH Ventures, Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank FMO, Edgo, and Bank al Etihad where debt contributors Bank al Etihad, Capital Bank of Jordan, Jordan Kuwait Bank and Triodos Bank also participated.

liwwa uses technology throughout its operations to provide customised financial solutions. The funds will be used for liwwa’s growth and expansion plans. It also owns and operates the liwwa Investment Platform, a peer-to-peer platform that allows retail investors to fund and earn returns on liwwa loans.

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Jordan-based Fintech liwwa raised $18.5 million in Pre-Series B in a mix of equity and debt

Jordan-based Fintech liwwa raised $18.5 million in Pre-Series B in a mix of equity and debt led by existing investors, DASH Ventures, Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank FMO, Edgo, and Bank al Etihad where debt contributors Bank al Etihad, Capital Bank of Jordan, Jordan Kuwait Bank and Triodos Bank also participated.

liwwa uses technology throughout its operations to provide customised financial solutions. The funds will be used for liwwa’s growth and expansion plans. It also owns and operates the liwwa Investment Platform, a peer-to-peer platform that allows retail investors to fund and earn returns on liwwa loans.

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