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Decoding Mswipe’s latest funding round, valuation and cap table


Digital payments company Mswipe Technologies recently announced $20 million in a new round led by existing backers.

Apart from the name of investors, the company did not disclose further details. Entrackr has gone through its regulatory filings to decode details such as round break up, shareholding and current valuation.

The board at Mswipe has passed a special resolution to allot 7,47,000 compulsory convertible debentures (CCD) at an issue price of Rs 2,000 each to raise Rs 149.4 crore or $18 million, its regulatory filing sourced from the Registrar of Companies shows.

Alpha Wave has pumped in Rs 83 crore while B capital participated with Rs 66.4 crore in the fresh funding round. As per the filings, the company’s pre-money valuation stood at $290 million. This is a major slump in its valuation from $450 million during the last equity fundraise in 2019.

Mswipe Technologies will use these funds to meet the working capital requirement and support the expansion of the business and for general corporate purposes, the filings added.

Following the proceeds, Matrix Partners remains the largest external stakeholder with 21.46% while Alpha Wave and B Capital hold 10.43% and 11.4%, respectively. Its co-founder Manish Patel along with Sheetal Patel commands 14.21%of the company.

Head to TheKredible for the complete shareholding pattern.


In February, the Mumbai-based company received a payment aggregator (PA) license from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which enables Mswipe to offer full-stack payments to businesses. Mswipe provides point-of-sale devices, UPI, quick response codes and payment links.

While the company is yet to file its financial statements for FY24, according to the startup data intelligence platform TheKredible, Mswipe’s revenue from operations increased 13.69% to Rs 274 crore in FY23 compared to Rs 241 crore in FY22. Its losses contracted by 45.36% to Rs 49 crore in FY23 from Rs 90 crore in FY22.

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