JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Citi, are Wall Street’s most active fintech investors. Here are the 22 startups they poured money into this year.
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- Goldman Sachs, Citi, and JPMorgan have been the most active US banks in fintech investing since 2012, according to CB Insights data.
- The trio have invested in a total of 22 startups so far this year.
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It has been a busy year for fintech investing as money continues to pour into the space. But it’s not just venture capital firms making big bets — three of Wall Street’s largest members are also in on the action.
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