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Latin America Roundup: Softbank bets on Brazillian unicorns and Konfio raises $250M for lending plans

  • TechCrunch
  • 8 months ago

SoftBank did not let up the flow of capital to Brazil this month, staying busy despite the WeWork debacle. With two more $100 million-plus rounds in QuintoAndar and MadeiraMadeira, the Japanese investor has funded at least one more unicorn in the Brazilian ecosystem. Their investments in Brazil from the past two months alone far outstrip Latin America’s venture capital funding in all of 2016.

Goldman Sachs contributed up to $100 million in secured credit to Konfio to allow them to make up to $250 million in loans to 25,000 companies over the next 12 months. Victory Park Capital also contributed to this debt round, bringing Konfio’s total raised to $43 million in equity and $260 million in debt.

Mexican challenger bank Klar, a Chime clone, recently raised over $57.5 million in debt and equity in one of Mexico’s largest seed rounds. The $50 million credit line came from San Francisco’s Arc Labs, while Quona Capital led the $7.5 million equity round with support from Santander InnoVentures, aCrew Capital, FJ Labs and Western Technology Investment.

Mexican property-tech startup Flat is taking the Opendoor model to Latin America. This startup raised an unprecedented $4.6 million in their pre-seed round led by ALL VP, with support from Liquid2 Ventures, Next Billion, Picus Capital and angels.

Latin America Roundup: Softbank bets on Brazillian unicorns and Konfio raises $250M for lending plans

Latin America's Next Potential Unicorns

  • LatAm List
  • 8 months ago

In May 2019, Auth0 became Argentina’s fifth unicorn and the region’s eighteenth. Globally, there are 326 ‘unicorn’ startups, a moniker that denotes a $1B valuation for a company that is still privately-held.

While unicorns have become relatively common in the US, they hadn’t been in Latin America until 2018, when a new batch of unicorns emerged on the scene. Based on growing $100M+ investments, another batch of companies is close to breaking into Latin America’s unicorn club; a few may already have a valuation above $1B but have not yet shared this information publicly.

Here are some of Nathan Lustig predictions for Latin America’s next unicorns, as well as startups that could grow into unicorns over the next few years.

Latin America's Next Potential Unicorns

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Marcelo Scandian

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Co-founder of MadeiraMadeira CFO - Strong Financial and Controlling Background. MBA in finances, controlling, Auditing and Human Managing Development.