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Khaitan acts on $22.5m Series A for Cred, new scheme by Freecharge-founder

Dreamplug Technologies and Kunal Shah, who operate credit card reward scheme Cred, received a primary investment via Series A funding by SCI Investments V (Sequoia), Ribbit Capital Mauritius IV, Gemini Investments L.P., Ru-Net Investments Limited, Anxa Holding Pte Ltd and M Vision Limited for $22.5m, as reported by PTI.

Khaitan & Co advised Dreamplug Technologies Private Limited led by a team of partner Vineet Shingal, senior associate Shreya Dua, associate Rohan Shrivastava, associate Aman Dwivedi, associate Pallavi Panigrahi and associate Vasundhra Minocha.

Update 13 December 2018: Link Legal India Law Services advised Ru-Net Investments Limited led by a team of partner Manish Gupta and associate Ashish Ahluwalia.

Deal value: $22.5 million

2018-10-01

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Like +5 Object -0 Client 14 Dec 18, 14:03  interesting
Well done Vineet And Shreya. Keep it up.
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