PeerTransfer has closed a $22 million round led by Bain Capital Ventures, Kibo and FJME.

Boston and Valencia-based PeerTransfer has just announced that it has closed a $22 million Series D round led by Bain Capital Ventures, bringing the total raised by the fintech company to more than $42 million since it was founded in 2009. Bain Capital has vast experience in the financial services industry, having backed tens of startups in the space. The firm was also an investor in LinkedIn, LaLa (the streaming service acquired by Apple) or Tokbox, bought by Telefónica in 2012. Previous investors in the company (FJME, Kibo Ventures, Spark Capital, Devonshire Investors, QED and Accel Partners) also participated in the round.


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