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Robinhood secures $200mn in Series G funding from D1 Capital

By Pavithra R

August 18, 2020

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Robinhood, a California based financial services company, has announced that the company has raised $200 million in Series G funding, bringing the firm’s valuation at an $11.2 billion valuation from D1 Capital Partners. Robinhood is planning to use the funding to improve its core product and customer experience. The FinTech aims to continue empowering people […]

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