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Ola Electric becomes India’s newest unicorn with new $250 million investment from SoftBank
India’s Ola  is further widening its lead over Uber  in the nation — and getting the help it needs from their mutual investor. Ola Electric has raised $250 million from SoftBank  as India’s largest ride hailing firm pushes to scale its electric vehicles business in the country. The Series B financing round, details of which emerged in a filing to the local regulator on Tuesday, valued Ola Electric at $1 billion, a source familiar with the matter said. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Equity crowdfunding, in 6 mesi raccolti 25,4 milioni di euro
Dopo un 2018 da record, il primo semestre del 2019 sembra promettere bene per il mercato dell’equity crowdfunding italiano: dal 1 gennaio al 30 giugno 2019 sono state finanziate 65 campagne sulle 9 piattaforme più attive e raggiunti 25,4 milioni di euro di raccolta. In questo scenario, Mamacrowd fa da traino alla crescita: è la prima piattaforma italiana di equity crowdfunding per capitale raccolto (7,1 milioni di euro). (Fonte: Il Sole 24 Ore)

Banks readying 2.5 billion euro loan in TIM-Vodafone Italy tower deal: sources
A group of banks is set to lend Telecom Italia unit INWIT up to 2.5 billion euros ($2.8 billion) to help it merge its towers with those of Vodafone, two sources said. Telecom Italia (TIM), which controls 60% of INWIT, agreed with Vodafone in February to study the idea of combining their 22,000 telecom masts in Italy in a single unit. UniCredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, Mediobanca, Goldman Sachs and BofA-Merrill Lynch are among the banks finalizing the bridge-to-bond loan but other lenders could join the deal, the sources said. (Fonte: Reuters)

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