Indonesian fractional investing app Pluang has raised $55 million in a follow-up to its Sequence B spherical held in 2021. The corporate has now raised $110 million in whole Sequence B funding.
The funding was led by enterprise capital agency Accel and noticed participation from The Chainsmokers, BRI Ventures and Gold Home, in addition to earlier buyers Sq. Peg, Go-Ventures, UOB Enterprise Administration and Openspace Ventures.
Numerous angel buyers additionally participated together with Monzo COO Sujata Bhatia, Pismo CTO Daniela Binatti and Flink CEO Sergio Jimenez.
Pluang says it leverages diversification to cut back funding danger, permitting customers to make micro-savings and micro-investing contributions throughout gold, indexes, mutual funds and crypto property.
The wealthtech may also launch a characteristic that enables customers to spend money on fractional US single shares, a primary in Indonesia.
The corporate says this newest funding spherical will permit it to spend money on its know-how, diversify its asset courses and broaden throughout Southeast Asia, a high-growth area of the world due to its inhabitants dimension and digital penetration.
“Offering cellular entry to an easy-to-use funding product is a large component of boosting monetary literacy and monetary inclusion all through Indonesia, in addition to Southeast Asia,” says Pluang co-founder Claudia Kolonas.
Based in 2019 by Kolonas and co-founder and CEO Richard Chua, Pluang claims greater than 4 million customers in Indonesia.