The Latin America Fintech a55, which provides solutions in the alternative lending space offering revenue-based financing, announces a combination of debt and equity US$35m investment. The proceeds will be used to finance credit operations across the region, with a particular emphasis on Mexico, and the product and commercial expansion of the company. Investors include Accial Capital, an investor in tech-enabled loan portfolios in emerging markets, E3 Negócios, and Mouro Capital, which doubled down on their 2020 investments in a55.

Latin America is a key participant in the global trend of tech-enabled SMEs with compelling business models based on recurring revenues…


Bogotá, April 12, 2021 — Bogotá-based startup Avista has announced it has raised up to $20 million in a warehousing credit line from the impact investment firm Accial Capital. With this sophisticated funding structure, Avista expects to disburse in 2021 more than $100 million in new loans leveraged upon a scalable business model supported in portfolio sales to local bank partners.

Founded in 2019 by Gabriel Seinjet and Martin Restrepo, Avista is a technology company focused on building credit products for the underserved Latin American population, starting with payroll lending. Avista leverages data analytics and third-generation credit origination processes to…


January 11th, 2021, Jakarta, Indonesia Pintek, a fintech platform that provides credit to students and their families, educational institutions, and their suppliers, raised a $21 million debt facility from Accial Capital, a US-based impact-focused private debt investor. With this debt facility, both Pintek and Accial Capital hope to further accelerate the penetration of educational financing and contribute to a more accessible and inclusive educational ecosystem in Indonesia.

According to the Indonesian president, Joko Widodo, higher education is a key pillar in nurturing human resource development and a competitive young generation. To support this vision, Pintek provides financial solutions for…


Bogota, September 1, 2020 — Aflore, a Bogota-based fintech startup, raised up to $10 million in debt from the private debt impact investor Accial Capital.

Founded in 2012 by Polymath Ventures, Aflore seeks to leverage technology and an innovative business model to expand access to formal financial services for Colombia’s 30 million unbanked population. It is building a tech-enabled direct sales channel that supports thousands of Informal Advisors who offer loans and simple financial products to households within their trusted network. Aflore’ s goal is to empower thousands of microentrepreneurs — a majority of whom are women — to “blossom”…


Jakarta, 20 July 2020 — AwanTunai, an Indonesian fintech startup, has raised up to US$20 million in a debt facility to finance loans to suppliers and micro-merchants led by private debt investor Accial Capital.

Founded in 2017 by Dino Setiawan, Windy Natriavi, and Rama Notowidigdo, AwanTunai seeks to digitize Indonesia’s offline, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and food supply chain by providing micro-merchants access to supply chain financing services. Leveraging valuable merchant transaction data that is predictive of credit performance, AwanTunai can originate low-interest financing to this underserved and unbanked segment.

“Our vision is affordable financing for the millions of underserved…

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Accial Capital is an impact-focused, tech-enabled investor in consumer & SME loan portfolios in emerging markets

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