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The first global network for recurring payments

The first global network for recurring payments

GoCardless makes it easy to accept recurring payments online. We unify the world’s Direct Debit networks, simplify them, and open up access to everyone. By doing so, we are creating an entirely new type of payment network.

Founded in 2011, we have quickly grown into one of Europe’s leading Direct Debit providers, processing over half a billion pounds a year for over ten thousand businesses.

We work with a huge range of organisations: small gyms and scout groups use us to reduce admin, fast growing companies like Funding Circle use us to power their growth, and established institutions like the Financial Times use us to dramatically reduce failure rates.

We are a small London based team, and we're backed by some of the world’s leading investors including Balderton Capital, Accel Partners, and Y Combinator.

Latest Stories and News

TransferWise partners with Alipay for international money transfers

  • TechCrunch
  • 2 months ago

TransferWise, the London-headquartered international money transfer service most recently valued by investors at $3.5 billion, has partnered with China's Aliplay for international transfers. The launch enables TransferWise's now 7 million-plus users to be able to send Chinese yuan from 17 cur...

TransferWise partners with Alipay for international money transfers

How Monzo brought Silicon Valley's 'wild ideas' to Britain's staid banking system

  • CNBC
  • 3 months ago
  • Tom Blomfield started Monzo in 2015. Five years later, the digital bank’s bright coral pink cards are now a common sight in London.
  • The U.K. entrepreneur traveled to Silicon Valley in 2011 to help build another fintech firm, GoCardless, at the start-up accelerator Y Combinator.
  • After his return to Britain, the Valley never really left him. U.S. payments giant Stripe and Y Combinator both went on to invest in Monzo.
How Monzo brought Silicon Valley's 'wild ideas' to Britain's staid banking system

The 15 most active VCs in European fintech revealed

  • Sifted
  • 3 months ago
  • Fintech has received more funding in Europe than any other sector. Last year alone, European fintechs raised a record $8.5bn in total.
  • Much of that is down to venture capitalists, who have been busy funding the bulk of the boom over the last five years. But there’s a key group of investors who have been particularly active, backing hundreds of early-stage fintech startups in Europe.
  • The following ranking reveals the most-active venture capital firms in early-stage European fintechs between 2015 and 2019. This is based on how many pre-seed, seed and Series A rounds they’ve participated in (as opposed to total amounts invested or number of companies).
The 15 most active VCs in European fintech revealed

Matt Robinson

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Co-founder of Nested. Co-founder and board member at GoCardless.
Total raised

$24.8M

Funded over

4 rounds

Latest round

Series B (Mar 2016)