Mesh Raised $22M Series A By Money Forward

California-based, Mesh, a fintech company that helps users with account aggregations and asset transfers easily, raised $22 million led by Money Forward in a Series A round.

After this round, the total funds brought in by Mesh is over $32 million. The round was backed by previous investors such as SNR.VC, Streamlined Ventures, Heitner Group, Hike VC, Valon Capital, Arash Ferdowsi (Dropbox Co-founder), Florida Funders, Gokul Rajaram, Matt Ocko, Network VC, and Altair Capital with new investors Galaxy and Samsung Next.

After funding, there are some major changes in the board such as Sandy Kimura (Money Forward Group) and Anil Arora (Ex-CEO Yodlee) entering the board and making new strategies.

Mesh $22M Series By Money Forward

CEO Mesh, Bam Azizi said that the raised funds will be used to expand, R&D, and accelerate the growth matrix.

Mesh is a fintech solution for individuals and enterprises that helps them with account aggregation, digital assets transfers, security trading, and crypto-payment.

Moreover, Mesh offers integration on over 300 platforms with over 70 partners so that any enterprise can use them to build a system for like-minded users and businesses.

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