RateGenius and AUTOPAY today announced they have entered into an agreement to combine in an all-stock merger of equals. The strategic combination will create the most diversified consumer marketplace for automotive finance and refinance, while marrying market-leading innovation, best-in-class operations and proven scale. As a result of the merger, the combined company will provide even more choice for consumers and continue to provide the market’s best lending rates and loan savings while delivering volume growth to its lender network and business partners.
LEHI, Utah–Jane, a curated online marketplace for boutique sellers and stylish, value-conscious consumers who love to shop for quality clothing and home products, today announced a $40 million growth investment from Tritium Partners. Tritium is a growth-focused private equity firm whose principals have extensive experience building online marketplaces, including Vrbo and RetailMeNot. This financing, Jane’s first since its founding, will accelerate the e-commerce retailer’s already exceptional growth and support its aggressive plans to expand the Jane brand.
Addition of payment fraud prevention extends expertise in anti-money laundering and financial crime NEW YORK – Refinitiv has expanded its suite of risk and compliance products following the successful acquisition of Giact Systems, LLC (“GIACT”), an industry leader in digital identity, payments verification and fraud prevention. Refinitiv announced its acquisition of GIACT on November 2nd.
San Francisco, CA, Sept. 10, 2020 – Chairish, the beloved marketplace for chic and unique home furnishings, today announces a Series B funding round of $33 million led by Austin-based investment firm Tritium Partners. Additional participation in this round includes previous investors Altos Ventures Ltd, Azure Capital, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures and the founding team. Chairish will use the investment to scale its significant growth and further lead the premium home furnishings market as it migrates to online distribution.
Wilmington, Del., Aug. 5, 2020 – Katabat, a leading global provider of debt management software solutions for lenders, fintechs, and collection agencies, announced today a strategic growth investment from Tritium Partners, a growth-focused private equity firm with extensive experience investing in fintech and financial services companies, and Terminus Capital, an enterprise software private equity firm. The investment provides Katabat with significant resources to expand and enhance its industry-leading suite of debt collection products. The transaction also represents an exit for Katabat’s venture backers, including Camden Partners, Osage Venture Partners and Activate Venture Partners. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.