Anyfin secures €4.8M in Series A investment from Accel and Northzone.

Sweden Investments 21 February 2018
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Anyfin, a Stockholm, Sweden-based company working for launching a refinancing product, announced securing €4.8M ($5.9M) in Series A investment. The round was led by both Accel and Northzone and included Global Founders Capital, as well as a number of unnamed local angel investors.

Anyfin was founded in 2017 by Mikael Hussain, Sven Perkmann, and Filip Polhem, formerly employed at Klarna and iZettle, the Swedish fintech companies.

Anyfin's value proposition is a cheaper consumer credit product by providing an easier way for the process of refinancing or consolidating loans and credit cards.

The customers sends digitally a picture of their credit card statement, and Anyfin provides a business offer based on their risk assessment.

The process is supposed to work based on a platform which can support low costs for issuing and administering a loan, as well as providing customers a personalized interest rate based on the risk of the individual loan shown in the statement.

Anyfin started working on their product early in 2017, it received a license for consumer credit in August 2017 and publicly announced its service in November 2017.

They raised the money without actually having a product in the market as they will use the funding to finnish building it out and for taking it to market - i.e. user acquisition, hiring, and partnerships.