London-based fintech startup GoCardless has secured $75 million in Series E funding for expanding its offices across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions. Previously in 2017, GoCardless declared that it had received $22.5 million in funding. Before the funding of $75 million, the British startup has received around $47 million in total.
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The current funding round has been backed by U.S. cloud-based software company, Salesforce, and Google’s parent company, Alphabet. Adams Street Partners, a private equity firm, and GV, Alphabet’s venture capital investment arm, co-led the funding round. Contributions also came from current investors, viz. Passion Capital, Notion Capital, Balderton Capital, and Accel.