Singapore’s Call Levels kicks off 2016 with fresh funding round

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Singapore-based fintech startup Call Levels has raised an undisclosed amount at the beginning of the new year.

The new financing, provided by one investor, follows a $500,000 Seed round raised from five backers in November 2015.

Venture capital fund 500 Startups and its founder Dave McClure are said to be among the investors that have supported the company.

Launched in 2014, Call Levels has developed a mobile app for real-time monitoring and notifications of financial market activity.

The app allows customers to keep track of more than 5,000 assets including US equities, foreign currencies, futures and bitcoin.

Call Levels targets wealth management clients of banks in particular.

The fintech company was founded by Singaporean business people Cynthia Siantar and Daniel Chia.

The two are also co-founders of BlastOut Inc, a startup business running a geolocated social network app.

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