Fintech firm gets fresh boost from Scottish Equity Partners

The TotallyMoney management team. Picture: Contributed
The TotallyMoney management team. Picture: Contributed
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Credit fintech provider TotallyMoney has agreed £29 million of funding from Elliott Advisors and existing investor Scottish Equity Partners (SEP).

The investment will be used to accelerate customer acquisition, build out the London-based firm’s technology platform and “provide better credit for UK consumers”.

David Sneddon, a partner at SEP, said: “Our continuing support of TotallyMoney reflects our belief in the high growth potential of its data driven approach.

“Its technology-led products are creating strong competitive advantage, and this investment will ensure that the company remains at the forefront of a fairer credit market for consumers.”

Richard Monahan of Elliott added: “Credit intermediation is evolving rapidly and TotallyMoney is driving this change with its best-in-class technology platform and embedded position in the consumer finance ecosystem.

“We are thrilled to partner with SEP and the management team to significantly scale the business.”