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Decoding Atlum Credo’s $40 Mn primary and secondary round

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Digital payments company Altum Credo recently announced $40 million in its Series C round led by Z3Partners and Oikocredit. Apart from primary capital, the company also offered partial exit to its backers.

While the company didn’t disclose any details besides round size and investors, Entrackr has reviewed its regulatory filings to decode details such as round break up, shareholding, valuation, and secondary component in the deal.

The board at Altum Credo has passed a special resolution to issue 300 equity and 1,99,99,700 Series C CCPS at an issue price of Rs 114 each to raise Rs 228 crore or $27 million as a primary capital, its regulatory filing accessed through the Registrar of Companies shows.

Oikocredit and Z3 Partners (BII) invested Rs 80 crore and Rs 85 crore while British International Investment, Amicus Capital, and Avishkaar India pumped in Rs 26 crore, 12 crore, and 25 crore, respectively, in primary fundraising.

According to the shareholder agreement between investors, there is also a secondary transaction where 1,03,96,040 shares have been sold worth Rs 118.5 or $14 million.

Out of Rs 118.5 crore of secondary transactions, ABF (Avishkar Bharat Fund) sold Rs 79 crore worth of shares while promoters sold Rs 13.54 crore worth of shares.

PS Pai and family purchased Rs 79 crore worth of shares in the secondary transactions from Avishakkar Bharat Fund and promoters.

According to TheKredible’s estimates, the company has been valued at around  Rs 1165 crore or $149 million post-allotment.

Altum Credo provides financial accessibility for first-home buyers across semi-urban and rural areas of India. It provides home loans in the range of Rs 4 lakh to Rs 40 lakh for a tenure of 5-20 years.

Following the fresh proceeds, Avishkaar remains the largest external stakeholder with 15.92% followed by Amicus Capital. Oikocredit and Z3 Partners command 7.62% and 8.09% stake of the company.

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Vedansh Pratap | Entrackr

Head to TheKredible for the complete shareholding pattern.

While the company is yet to file its financial statements for FY24, Altum Credo’s revenue from operations scaled 102.4% to Rs 67.2 crore in FY23.  As per TheKredible, its profit shot up 99% to Rs 8.95 crore during FY23.

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