The fintech montréal Flinks has recently concluded a round of series A of $ 11 million, in addition to obtaining a debt financing of $ 5.2 million from the National Bank (BN).
“The digitization of financial services is more than just a passing trend. It is an overhaul of the sector, driven by the rapidly evolving needs of consumers on a global scale. Flinks is in a unique position to help companies accelerate their digital transformation”, said by press release Yves – Gabriel Leboeuf, co-founder and CEO of Flinks.
“NA venture Capital strongly believes in the democratization of innovation. This is why we are proud to support Flinks”, added Philippe Daoust, director-general of NA venture Capital.
Founded in 2016, Flinks, which helps financial institutions to digitize their services, now wishes to develop new sectors, including the management of heritage.
“We are delighted to see Flinks continue to develop and innovate in order to allow even more companies to turn to the digital. And in the current context, the trend is likely to accelerate, ” highlighted Channt Chea, senior director, Technology and Innovation Group of the National Bank (BN).
This round of series A was led by NA venture Capital, the National Bank (BN). Other big players like Intact Ventures, Luge Capital as well as Panache Ventures also took part.