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近六月全球金融科技融资趋势分析

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近六月全球金融科技融资趋势分析

MEDICI公司跟踪了1.2万家金融科技创业公司,并持续关注融资和其他信息。通过自下而上的研究,每月对金融科技融资情况分析。以下是过去六个月金融科技融资趋势:

五月

2018年5月,全球金融科技创业公司通过113笔交易筹集了价值17.5亿美元的风险投资。与2018年4月的21.8亿美元融资相比,月度环比下降19.8%。在融资排行榜上,美国继续占据主导位置,通过51笔交易筹集资金10.6亿美元,占当月全球金融科技融资额(按价值计算)的60%。印度占比14%(20笔交易筹集2.498亿美元),排名第二位。中国、英国和以色列分别占比10%(1.733亿美元)、8%(1.344亿美元)和2%(3300万美元)。

六月

2018年6月,全球金融科技创业公司通过147笔交易筹集了价值37.64亿美元的风险投资。与2018年5月的17.46亿美元相比,月度环比大幅增长116%。交易数量方面,月度环比相比增长30%。

在融资排行榜上,美国继续占据主导位置,通过56笔交易筹集了11.6亿美元,占当月全球金融科技融资额(按价值计算)的31%。中国占比25%(9笔交易筹集9.385亿美元)紧随其后。中国香港、印度和以色列分别占比16.7%(6.3亿美元)、7.5%(2.81亿美元)和3.4%(1.294亿美元)。

七月

2018年7月,全球金融科技创业公司通过171笔交易筹集了价值32.26亿美元的风险/私募股权投资。与6月筹集的179亿美元巨款相比,月度环比大幅下降82%。但是,蚂蚁金服6月筹集了140亿美元风险/私募股权投资,推高了当月融资总额。如果排除这笔巨额交易,7月份融资金额月度环比下降18.7%。交易数量方面,与6月的147笔交易相比,月度环比增长16%。

按地区划分,在风投融资排行榜上,美洲继续占据主导位置,占当月全球金融科技融资额(按价值计算)的49%(15.6亿美元),交易数量占比43%(74笔)。亚洲融资10.6亿美元(按价值计算))占全球金融科技风险投资金额的33%,交易数量占比27%(46笔),排名第二。按照国家划分,美国继续扩大其在全球金融科技风险投资融资排行榜上的优势,通过67笔交易筹集了13.7亿美元,占当月全球金融科技风险投资融资(按价值计算)的42.7%。中国排名第二,占比16%(12笔交易募集资金5.13亿美元)。在融资额方面,英国、印度和以色列分别占比13.2%(4.27亿美元)、8.8%(2.84亿美元)和3.2%(1.04亿美元)。

八月

2018年8月,全球金融科技创业公司通过148笔交易中筹集了价值36.9亿美元的风险/私募股权投资。与7月筹集的32.3亿美元相比,月度环比大幅增长14%。在交易数量方面,与2018年7月的171笔交易相比,月度环比下降了13.5%。

按地区划分,在8月的风投融资排行榜上,亚洲占据主导位置,融资额占比51.8%(19亿美元),交易数量占比26.4%(39笔)。美洲融资额36.3%占比(13.4亿美元),交易数量占比46.6%(69笔),排名第二。

九月

2018年9月,全球金融科技创业公司通过146笔风险投资融资筹集了44.9亿美元,与8月筹集的38.9亿美元相比,增长了16%。同时,交易数量与2018年8月的149笔相比略微减少了2%。

在9月的全球金融科技风投融资排行榜上,亚洲占据主导位置,融资额占比45.3%(20.3亿美元),交易数量占比26%(38笔)。美洲融资额占比31.2%(14亿美元),交易数量占比42.5%(62笔)。

十月

2018年10月,全球金融科技创业公司通过134笔交易中筹集了价值27.1亿美元的风险/私募股权投资。与9月筹集的44.9亿美元相比,环比大幅下跌40%。交易数量方面,与9月的146笔交易相比,环比大幅下跌8.2%。

按地区划分,在风投融资排行榜上,美洲占据主导位置,融资额占比48.9%(13.3亿美元),交易数量占比41.8%(56笔)。10月份,亚洲融资额占比36.3%(9.892亿美元),交易数量占比27.6%(37笔),位居第二。按国家划分,美国凭借52笔融资交易融资12.7亿美元,占比47.1%。中国融资额占比15%(4.06亿美元),交易数量占比6.7%,排名第二。菲律宾(3.23亿美元)、英国(2.22亿美元)和印度(1.36亿美元)占据了10月国家排行榜前五名的另外三个位置。

At MEDICI, we track 12,000 FinTech startups and also keep tabs on funding as well as other information on an ongoing basis. Through bottom-up research, we come up with an analysis of FinTech funding on a monthly basis. This tedious exercise reveals interesting trends from an investment perspective. Here are the FinTech funding trends from the last six months:

May

In May 2018, FinTech startups across the globe raised $1.75 billion worth of VC investments across 113 deals. In terms of MoM growth, in May 2018, global FinTech funding witnessed a decline of 19.8% from the $2.18 billion raised in April 2018. The US continued to dominate the funding charts with $1.06 billion raised across 51 deals, contributing to 60% of the global FinTech funding (by value) in May. India came a distant second with a 14% ($249.8 million raised across 20 deals) contribution. China, the UK, and Israel contributed 10% ($173.3 million), 8% ($134.4 million), and 2% ($33 million) respectively.

June

In June 2018, FinTech startups around the world raised $3.764 billion worth of VC investments across 147 deals. This was a whopping 116% growth (MoM) from the $1.746 billion raised in May 2018. In terms of the number of deals, there was a 30% MoM growth in June compared to the number of deals in May.

The US continued to dominate the funding charts with $1.16 billion raised across 56 deals, contributing to 31% of the global FinTech funding (by value) in June. China came a close second with a 25% ($938.5 million raised across nine deals) contribution. Hong Kong, India & Israel contributed 16.7% ($630 million), 7.5% ($281.7 million) & 3.4% ($129.4 million) respectively.

July

In July 2018, FinTech startups across the globe raised $3.226 billion worth of VC/PE investments across 171 deals. In terms of MoM trends, this was a huge decline of 82% from the whopping $17.9 billion raised by FinTechs in terms of VC/PE funding in June 2018. However, the funding raised in June was heavily spiked due to the $14 billion VC/PE funding raised by Ant Financial. If we exclude this huge deal, then the funding in July would see a decline of 18.7% in terms of MoM value from June 2018. In terms of the number of deals, there was a 16% growth (MoM) from the 147 VC funding deals in June 2018.

In region-specific terms, the Americas dominated global FinTech VC funding in July with 49% in contributions in terms of funding value ($1.56 billion) and 43% in terms of the number of deals (74). Asia placed second with 33% in contributions to global FinTech VC funding by value ($1.06 billion) and 27% in terms of the number of deals (46). In terms of the countries, the US continued to extend its dominance in global FinTech VC funding with $1.37 billion raised across 67 deals, contributing to 42.7% of the global FinTech VC funding (by value) in July. China came a distant second with 16% ($513 million raised across 12 deals) in contributions. The UK, India, and Israel contributed 13.2% ($427 million), 8.8 % ($284 million) and 3.2% ($104 million) respectively in terms of funding value.

August

In August 2018, FinTech startups across the globe raised $3.69 billion worth of VC/PE investments across 148 deals. In terms of MoM trends, there was a significant growth of 14% from the $3.23 billion raised by FinTechs in terms of VC/PE funding in July 2018. In terms of the number of deals, there was a 13.5% decline (MoM) from the 171 VC funding deals in July 2018.

In region-specific terms, Asia dominated global FinTech VC funding in August with 51.8% in contributions in terms of funding value ($1.9 billion) and 26.4% in terms of the number of deals (39). The Americas placed second with 36.3% in contribution to global FinTech VC funding by value ($1.34 billion) and 46.6% in terms of the number of deals (69).

September

FinTech startups around the world raised $4.49 billion in funding in September 2018 across 146 VC funding deals – a 16% growth from the $3.89 billion raised by FinTech startups in August 2018. Meanwhile, the number of deals saw a minor decrease of 2% from 149 deals in August 2018.

Asia dominated global FinTech VC funding in September with a 45.3% contribution in funding value ($2.03 billion) and 26% with regard to the number of deals (38). The Americas placed second with 31.2% in contributions to the global FinTech VC funding in September by value ($1.4 billion) and 42.5% in terms of the number of deals (62).

October

In October 2018, FinTech startups across the globe raised $2.71 billion worth of VC/PE investments across 134 deals. In terms of MoM trends, there was a large decline of 40% from the $4.49 billion raised by FinTechs in terms of VC funding in September 2018. In terms of the number of deals, there was a significant decline of 8.2% MoM compared to 146 deals in September.

In region-specific terms, the Americas dominated global FinTech VC funding in October with 48.9% in contributions in terms of funding value ($1.33 billion) and 41.8% in terms of the number of deals (56). Asia placed second with 36.3% in contributions to global FinTech VC funding in October by value ($989.2 million) and 27.6% in terms of the number of deals (37). In terms of countries, the US led the charge in October with 47.1% in contributions in terms of funding value ($1.27 billion) across 52 funding deals. China came a distant second with 15% in contributions to global FinTech VC funding by value ($406 million). In terms of the number of deals, China contributed 6.7% in terms of global FinTech VC funding in October. The Philippines ($323 million), the UK ($222 million), and India ($136 million) were the other three among the top five countries in terms of VC/PE FinTech investments in October.

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  • 灵光一闪在 2018/12/06 11:45回复

    有原文链接么,求原文链接~

    • 栀航在 2018/12/06 12:06回复

      @灵光一闪: 原文链接: https://gomedici.com/fintech-funding-analysis-last-six-months-interesting-trends/

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