India-based EarlySalary, which gives consumers instant access to credit, has reportedly bagged $10m in its Series C round.
The capital was co-led by existing investors Chiratae Ventures and Eight Road Ventures, according to a report from Entrackr.
According to the article, the FinTechâ€™s valuation has not increased since its former round, which it estimates to be around INR 310 crore ($41.8m).
Following the close of the investment, Eight Road Ventures has increased its shares position in the company to 29.97% and Chiratae has upped its stake to 25.54%. The companyâ€™s co-founders Akshay Mehrotra and Ashish Goyal have lowered their shares to 13.9% and 18.33%, respectively.
EarlySalary enables consumers to get instant access to loans on a 30-day period, with applications only taking five minutes. Users can apply for a maximum of INR 4 Lakhs ($6,748).
The SalaryCard is also available to customers, giving cardholders to spend credit at physical and digital stores across India.
The FinTech previously raised $15.8m in its Series B in 2018 from Eight Road Ventures, IDG Ventures India, Dewan Housing Finance Corp and seed investor Ashok Agarwal.
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