Singapore-headquartered fintech and digital cross-border payments company InstaReM has closed a $58 million series C funding scheme.
Singapore-based cross-border payments provider InstaReM has completed a capital raising of US$13 million, with the funds to be used to build its global payment infrastructure, which it says has grown eight times in volume since its March 2016 funding.
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