此前，iwoca已经获得了近5000万英镑的股权融资，投资者包括Acton Capital Partners、Commerzbank风投部门以及Prime Ventures等。
London-listed fund Augmentum Fintech has plugged ￡7.5m into the round, which City A.M. understands to be part of a much larger series D raise to be announced in early February.
A representative for Iwoca declined to confirm the final amount, but said the upcoming round would be "much more significant" than Iwoca's previous raises.
The fintech firm, which offers credit facilities to small businesses across the UK, has raised just under ￡50m in equity funding to date. Its existing investors include Etsy-backer Acton Capital Partners, the venture arm of Commerzbank, and Prime Ventures among others.
Launched in 2012, Iwoca now employs a team of 70 staff at its headquarters in central London. It has funded more than 25,000 small and medium-sized businesses (also known as SMEs) across the UK, Germany and Poland.
City A.M. understands that today's funding from Augmentum is the fintech fund's largest one-off investment since it went public in March last year.