Rapyd Stock

rapyd.netFinTechFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $160MM

Rapyd is a fintech company and provider of a local payments network designed to connect companies to all the ways the world likes to pay and the infrastructure to create your own fintech solutions, like ewallets, cards and financial services. This company was founded by Arik Shtilman, Omer Priel, and Arkady Karpman in 2016 and is headquartered in London, UK.

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Team

Management Team

Marc Winitz
Chief Marketing Officer
Arkady Karpman
Co-Founder & Vice President, Research & Development
Maayan Naor
Chief Financial Officer
Omer Priel
Co-Founder & Vice President, Business Development
Arik Shtilman
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Casey Bullock
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Álvaro Rodríguez Arre
IGNIA Partners
Eyal Dior
Tal Ventures
Fraser Herrick
Board Member
Mikhail Lobanov
Target Global

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News

Fintech-as-a-service platform Rapyd is boosting its Asia Pacific presence through the acquisition of Hong Kong-based Neat. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Press Release Anchor, the autonomous billing platform, announces it has completed a $15 million seed-funding round. Led by Rapyd Ventures, the new venture capital arm of Rapyd, Entrée Capital, a leading international venture capital firm that has invested in unicorns...
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