Alloy was founded in 2015 by was founded by Charles Hearn, Laura Spiekerman, and Tommy Nicholas. The company has not publicly endorsed plans to participate in an IPO.
Alloy offers an identity verification and identity monitoring system for banks. Banks and other fintech firms can use the platform to minimize the risk of fraud as they expand their customer base. Alloy has raised more than $205 million in venture capital funding from investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Avenir Growth, Canapi Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Avid Ventures, and Felicis Ventures. The company was valued at $1.55 billion after a Series C funding round raised a total of $152 million in 2021.
These comments should not be interpreted to mean that the company is formally pursuing or foregoing an IPO.
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|Date||Funding Round||Funding Raised||Price per Share||IPO Valuation|
|9/1/2022||Series C-1||$52MM raised||$XXX.XX||$XXX.XX|
|9/30/2021||Series C||$100MM raised||$XXX.XX||$XXX.XX|
|9/16/2020||Series B||$40MM raised||$XXX.XX||$XXX.XX|
|9/17/2019||Series A-1||$12.18MM raised||$XXX.XX||$XXX.XX|
|7/31/2019||Series A-2 and A-3||$1.75MM raised||$XXX.XX||$XXX.XX|
|10/19/2017||Series Seed||$4.59MM raised||$XXX.XX||$XXX.XX|
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