NBFC Aye Finance raises Rs 20 crore in new round of funding 

BENGALURU: Delhi-based non-banking finance company Aye Finance has raised Rs 20 crore in a new round of funding from existing backers, venture and growth capital investor SAIF Partners and financial inclusion-focused firm Accion.

After CapitalFloat, now Aye Finance bags funding to provide loans to startups in India

Though startups in India raised nearly US$5 billion from venture capital funds and angel investors last year, a large number of young companies still find it tough to access capital, especially if they don’t want to share equity with VCs. Banks tie them up in red tape, informal moneylenders demand too much for too little, and microfinance companies have far too little to offer these entrepreneurs. Indian lender Aye Finance, which aims to mitigate this problem, has just bagged US$1 million in funding from SAIF Partners and Accion.

Accion and SAIF Partners co-invest in India based Aye Finance

SAIF Partners and Accion announced co-investments in Aye Finance, an India-based lender that will serve thousands of profitable micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), which are often locked out of both traditional microfinance and commercial capital.

MSME lender Aye Finance raises $1 million funding from Accion and SAIF Partners

Aye Finance, an India-based lender for the profitable micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), has raised $1 million investment from SAIF Partners and Accion. Earlier this month, SAIF Partners also participated in the $13 million investment round of Capital Float (with Sequoia Capital).

AYE Finance closes Rs 70 crore funding round led by LGT Impact Ventures 

NEW DELHI: New Delhi-based non-banking financial company AYE Finance has closed a Rs 70 crore round of equity funding, led by impact investment firm LGT Impact Ventures, with existing backers SAIF Partners and Accion also participating.

AYE Finance featured in Hindustan Times – Lucknow

LUCKNOW: To provide business loans to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), Gurgaon-based Aye Finance is aggressively focusing on the UP market.

How GST will reshape the Indian startup industry

Seen as one of the biggest tax reforms post independence in 1947, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is set to bring forth unprecedented transformation of the Indian economy. There is a lot of conjecture around whether our markets are strong enough to sustain the impact of a radical change of this magnitude, even when the country is reeling from the after effects of demonetization.