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BharatPe raises $20 Million from Alteria Capital, ICICI Bank
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BharatPe raises $20 Million from Alteria Capital, ICICI Bank

New Delhi, 18th Jan 2021: Indian fintech company BharatPe raises about USD 20 million in debt funding from venture firm Alteria Capital and ICICI Bank that will be used to strengthen its lending business and provide credit to merchants. Founded by Ashneer Grover and Shashvat Nakrani in 2018, BharatPe offers merchants a single interface for all UPI apps like Paytm, PhonePe, Google Pay, BHIM, Mobikwik, Freecharge, and others. BharatPe co-founder and CEO Ashneer Grover said $13 million in debt came from Alteria Capital, while the remaining $7 million was from ICICI Bank. Bharat Pay also facilitates loan facility for its merchant partners. Last week, BharatPe raised around $8 million in debt funding from Innoven Capital. With this, BharatPe has raised a total of USD 28 ...
Venture debt firm Alteria Capital Backs Portea Medical
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Venture debt firm Alteria Capital Backs Portea Medical

Health Vista India, which owns and operates home healthcare service provider Portea Medical has raised funds amounting to Rs 25 crore in a funding round. This round was led by venture debt firm Alteria Capital.The development has come days after Bengaluru-based Portea stated that it had introduced specialised and critical care services, including critical care at home, respiratory services, sleep apnea care, palliative care, cancer support services, post-trauma care, specialised rehab services and end-of-life care.“They (Alteria Capital) are quick to understand the needs of the business and are long-term partners. Venture debt is a great alternative source of capital for high-growth businesses like Portea,” Meena Ganesh, chief executive officer of P...
Mumbai-Based E-learning Platform Raises $2.3 Mn Debt Funding
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Mumbai-Based E-learning Platform Raises $2.3 Mn Debt Funding

Toppr, the personalised e-learning and online test preparation platform, recently raised a debt funding round worth $2.3 Mn from Alteria Capial – a new investment fund launched by Ajay Hattangdi and Vinod Murali. The Mumbai-based company was founded in 2013 by Zishaan Hayath and Hemanth Goteti to assist students preparing for competitive entrance exams such as IIT, JEE Mains and Advanced, NEET, BITSAT, etc… The company provides e-learning solutions for students from 5th to 12th Grades in programs that includes questions, solutions, concepts, practice tests, and videos for app subscribers. “The Alteria team understands the needs of entrepreneurs and is sensitive to their requirements. Venture debt has been a very useful tool to grow our business without additional dilution and we are ...