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July 1, 2021
Indian fintech firm Kinara Capital bags $7m in funding for women entrepreneurs
    • July 1, 2021
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    Bengaluru-based digital lending company Kinara Capital has raised $7 Mn (INR 52 Cr) for its HerVikas discounted loan programme from Impact Investment Exchange (IIX) for the advancement of female entrepreneurs in India. The funding will be used to disburse loans to more than 2,500 women-owned small businesses, helping them generate an incremental income of $43 Mn (INR 320 Cr).

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