CIO Monthly January 2021

A no-nonsense approach to becoming a unicorn: how fintech Mambu reached a $2.5 bn valuation Berlin-based fintech Mambu announced that it received a $135 million investment from a group led by veteran tech investment fund TCV. This new round brings the valuation of the company, launched in 2011, to over $2.5 billion. Mambu’s co-founder and CEO, Ukrainian-born, Canadian citizen, Carnegie Mellon graduate, Eugene Danilkis gave Latin Trade a compelling, down-to-earth, business story that he tells investors. This is pretty refreshing in times when so many impromptu financiers and strategists offer unproven ideas to attract venture funds and to succeed in the digital world. Latin Trade. Corporate savior: Cloud now a C-suite priority Across industries, companies scrambling to respond to the pressures […]

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