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Rajaram acts for Matrix on $160m Series E of Razorpay

Bangalore based fin-tech startup, Razorpay has raised around INR 1208 crores ($160M) in its Series E funding round led by GIC, Sequoia Capital India, Matrix Partners India and Ribbit Capital, raising its valuation to $3bn, as reported by the Business Insider.

Rajaram Legal advised Matrix Partners India led by a team of partner Prasad Subramanyan and senior associate Nikita Rajwade.

US law firm Goodwin Procter acted for Razorpay, with a team including lawyers Steven M Locascio, James Nikraftar, Sean Greaney and Evan Botts.


Deal value: $160M

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