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Marketplace lender Younited Credit secures EUR 40 mln investment
Another investors who joined the round include French insurer Matmut Group (via Matmut Innovation) and Zencap Asset Management, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, AG2R La Mondiale and Weber Investissements The latest investments bring Younited Credit’s equity.

Profile: Caisse Regionale de Credit Agricole Mutuel Sud Rhone Alpes (CRSU.PA)
Caisse Regionale de Credit Agricole Mutuel Sud Rhone Alpes ... The Company has branches in Alsace, Auvergne, Corse, Lorraine, Pays de la Loire, Bretagne, Martinique, Picardie, Limousin, and Rhone-Alpes, among others.

Atempo Time Navigator for VMware Selected to Protect ESX Server Farms of the Crédit Mutuel de Bretagne
The entities of Credit Mutuel de Bretagne, Ocean and Anjou offer a complete range of products and services for the banking and insurance industries. They have pooled their resources under the joint IT department of Crédit Mutuel (GICM – Groupement.

French marketplace lender Younited Credit raises €40m for European expansion
Existing investors Eurazeo, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa ... Artificial Intelligence (AI). Younited Credit has also developed APIs in order that its services may be licensed by partners, including neo-banks, mobile operators and insurers. The white-labelling.

100,000 Companies Now Using Concord for Contract Management
Hyper-growth and enterprise-level companies like Just Eat, Crédit Mutuel, and Stanford University create, negotiate, sign, and store contracts on Concord across more than 130 countries. The news comes after a busy few months for Concord, following the.

Pan-European P2P Lender Younited Credit Raises €40 million from Historical Investors & the French Public Investment Bank
Younited Credit, the Paris-headquartered consumer lender announced a capital increase of €40 million subscribed by a panel of the top of the crop growth investors in France. Next to its historical shareholders, Eurazeo, Crédit Mutuel Arkema, AG2R La.

Linxo raises $24 million for its app that brings bank accounts together
Crédit Mutuel Arkéa and MAIF. The company is building a sort of Mint for the French market. Banking apps suck in France. Most of them are just a wrapper around a mobile website. It takes them years to adopt new features, such as fingerprint readers.