Nium, the global B2B payments platform announced, on July 27, that it has concluded its series D funding by raising some US$200 million ($271.9 million).

The round was led by US-based high-growth tech investor Riverwood Capital. Other investors in the round include Temasek Holdings, Visa, Vertex Ventures, Atinum Group of Funds, Beacon Venture Capital, Rocket Capital Investment and other notable angel investors including Arjun Sethi, co-founder of Tribe Capital and DoorDash executive Gokul Rajaram.

This makes Nium’s current valuation at US$1 billion, making it the first B2B payments unicorn in Southeast Asia.

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