Kuvera raises $250k in bridge round, Signzy helps banks solve customer authentication issues
Investment advisory platform Kuvera has raised close to $250,000 in a bridge round from a group of angel investors including Baskar Subramanian, Co-founder of Amagi, Saket Kumar, Managing Director of Swank Capital, Gaurav Suri, Managing Director of Livermore Capital, and Ankit Kesarwani from New Vernon Investment Management, reports Tarush Bhalla. According to the company, the funds will be used to deepen its offerings and doubling the size of its technology team.
Bengaluru-based Signzy has developed Blockchain and AI-based solutions to digitally identify, verify, and authenticate customers, writes Sohini Mitter. Its onboarding solution, Real KYC, has been deployed by more than 45 large clients, including leading banks, NBFCs, mutual funds, P2P lending platforms, and payment wallets.
Smita P Kumar teamed up with her husband, Prassant Kumar, to start Hospital Suggest, writes Sindhu Kashyap. The primary aim of the platform is to bring a change to the healthcare industry by equipping patients with enough information about and choice of healthcare providers.