Spiir adds more capital and a new strategic investor, DNB.

Denmark Norway Investments 17 December 2018
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Spiir, an Aarhus, Denmark-based company operating a management platform of personal finances, announced that it completed a $6M capital investment round.

The money was provided by new and existing investors, including Danske Bank and DNB, and will be used for the further development of the platform Nordic API Gateway, aiming to build the strongest PSD2 platform in the Nordic region.

The Nordic API Gateway platform was developed by Spiir with the aim to collect data from all Nordic banks in a single place and serving a wide range of customers: retailers, international banks, suppliers and startups. The goal is to build an open infrastructure allowing everyone to innovate on behalf of consumers now.

Spiir, founded in 2011 by CEO Rune Mai and Gudmundur Hreidarsson, develped a platform for management of personal finances, which is used by more than 200,000 Danes to manage their budget, monitor their spending and find less expensive alternatives for their fixed expenses.

Prior to this deal, Spiir secured $4M in investment from Danske Bank early in 2018.