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The festive season is upon us! With bells ringing and hope in the air, our Daily Newsletter will land in your inbox in a slightly different format in the next few weeks. We’ve got your back, though, as we will still break down the big topics of Asia’s tech and startup community every Wednesday and Sunday until January 5 – when it becomes business as usual.

And in our headlines today…



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In the first installment of our new series, we map out the decision-makers at the top of the Southeast Asian decacorn.
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YC-backed fintech unicorn banks $375m in series F money
Razorpay plans to invest in new acquisitions in 2022 and expand its presence across the globe, starting with Southeast Asia.
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Cars24 bags $400m to fuel SEA, Australia, UAE expansion plan
Last week, it was reported that Cars24 is looking to challenge Singapore-based Carro and Malaysia-based Carsome in Southeast Asia.
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Malaysian fintech firm nets $7m to grow Shariah-compliant finance arm
CapBay Islamic has already been approved for Shariah-compliant peer-to-peer financing by the Securities Commission Malaysia.
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Tiger Global leads $110m round of Indian B2B startup
The latest funding round values Bizongo at US$600 million.


You can also check out a curated list of trending tech events over here.

  • *Event* Ask Me Anything about NFTs on January 14
    Ask all your questions to Alan Seng, the founder of Dark Zodiac, a Singapore NFT project that made S$1.4 million (around US$1 million) after selling all of its 3,876 NFTs in 80 minutes.
  • AWS SaaS Forum on February 17
    Join the AWS SaaS Forum on February 17 to uncover opportunities and insights on SaaS trends, outlook for 2022 and how to build your business playbook. Attendance is complimentary.


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