QED Raises Funding Nearly USD 1 Billion for FinTech

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QED Investors, a global FinTech venture capital firm, has closed two new funds with USD 925 million in total capital commitments. QED Investors, a company founded in 2007 by Nigel Morris and Frank Rotman, specializes in funding globally disruptive financial services businesses.

Fund VIII, a USD 650 million early-stage fund that was oversubscribed, and Growth II, a USD 275 million early-growth-stage fund, make up the new capital commitments. QED will have more than USD 4 billion under management after the addition of these two new funds.

Since its inception, QED has made only investments in the FinTech sector and has been instrumental in the development of some of the industry’s biggest players.

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