The two global venture capital firms that participated in the funding round are Accel and Quona Capital.
The bank plans to use the funds to enhance its tech stack, strengthen team, and deepen partnerships as it moves to become the go-to bank for Indian MSMEs, it said.
The Noida-based bank is the first to have transitioned from an urban cooperative bank with 23 years of experience in offering retail banking products and services.
The bank has over 5.6 lakh customers and operates through 46 branches and 21 exclusive Business Correspondent branches across northern India.
We are on a promising track of growth-focused tech-driven innovations and strategic partnerships in the financial services space. This investment will help us accelerate our growth as we look to leverage digital banking adoption by small business and retail customers, Anshul Swami, Managing Director of Shivalik Small Finance Bank (SFB) said.
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