Venture capital frequently is a leading indicator of where things are headed in financial services markets. New research from Crunchbase examines venture investments over the last 10 years. The data firm explores what sectors were the benefits of rising amounts of and which countries were the recipients of these inflows.
For example, Crunchbase’s data shows that more funding money is flowing into financial services companies, with them making up 16% of total venture dollars in 2019. Yet liquidity remains a top concern for many fintechs, with 177 fintech companies acquired for a total of $6.1 billion in the same year.
Here’s how early stage investing in fintech is changing:
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