Startup Credifi raises additional funding

January 26, 2019
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Startup CredifFi, data an analytic provider servicing the commercial real estate finance sector, has recently raised an extra $6 million in a funding round.

The campaign comes on the heels of the $13 million previously raised in series B funding. The investment will be used to expand the firm’s go-to-market efforts, as well as the recruitment of executive and team talent in both New York and Israel.

The round was led by Liberty Technology Venture Capital II. The fund was joined by Japanese investment firm Mitsui Fudosan and Israel-based Maverick Ventures.

Existing investors in the company — including Battery Ventures, Viola Ventures and crowdfunding site OurCrowd — also participated in the effort.

Since 2014, CrediFi has raised a total of $29 million.

Chief executive Ely Razin touts the company as "the most advanced FinTech platform" for the real estate industry."

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