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AccessFintech Closes $60M Series C Round

NEW YORK, NY, AccessFintech today announced the successful completion of its $60 million Series C funding round.
AccessFintech, the leading fintech company evolving the capital markets operating model through data and workflow collaboration, today announced the successful completion of its $60 million Series C funding round, led by WestCap. As the lead investor, WestCap brings deep experience building and scaling transformational software for capital markets with companies including Ipreo, iLEVEL, BrokerTec, Tradeweb and SIMON Markets.

Additional investment was secured from BNY Mellon and Bank of America, with further participation from Series B investors Dawn Capital, J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citi Group. The company's latest funding round follows a $20 million Series B and brings the total capital raised to $97 million since 2018.

AccessFintech enables improved data sharing and workflow collaboration to evolve the financial industry's operating model. At its core is the AccessFintech Synergy Network, a modern and secure collaboration network that allows for resolution and decision-making in one place. It facilitates data collaboration at scale and provides more visibility into transaction data and access to benchmarking insights. Synergy's workflow optimization speeds and simplifies transactions through digital automation, mutualizes risk, and allows for better, more enlightened decision-making across organizations and functions. It also offers broad technology distribution that provides industry-wide connectivity to new technologies, reducing the cost of ownership for all. The Synergy Network has built a critical mass of data, participants and solutions with leading financial institutions and processes over a billion transactions every month.
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