Last $350,000 the round will be used to pursue the strategy to become a supermarket for alternative investments in Southeast Asia

SINGAPORE, Jan. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KILD, an investment platform regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), closed a pre-seed funding round of $350,000 (Singaporean$470,000) bringing its total funding to date to $830,000 (1.12 million Singapore dollars). The company has experienced rapid 10x growth in the last quarter of 2021. KILDE’s platform is used by credit funds, family offices and high net worth individuals to discover and invest in high-yielding income-generating assets.

The KILDE team. From left to right: Aleksandra Yurchenko, Oleg Kryukovskiy, Gustavo Leal, Radek Jezbera. Image source: Arteculate

The funding round was conducted by a group of serial angel investors, including Murat Abdrakhmanov, Adil Nurgozhin and Olzhas Zhiyenkulov. The proceeds of the new fundraising will be used to continue KILDE’s strategy of becoming a supermarket for alternative investments in South East Asia and beyond. Specifically, KILDE will focus on introducing new investment products that provide regular income to clients.

Radek Jezbera, co-founder of KILDE, said: “In 2022, we continue to see great potential for investments in consumer and SME lending through the best lending companies. In addition to this, we will be launching a new product for our clients to benefit from high returns on digital assets without being exposed to the volatility of digital currencies.”

Adil Nurgozhin, co-founder of UMAY Angels Network, said, “I was impressed by the team’s dedication to a very clearly identified niche, which has proven to have great potential in different ways and on different It’s all about execution now as I believe KILDE has a value driven product with clear demand not only in the South East Asia region but also throughout Eurasia.”

Olzhas Zhiyenkulov, Founder of Tesla Capital and CEO of Paladigm Capital, said: “Financial inclusion is one of the main investment themes in my venture capital portfolio and platforms like KILDE will play an increasing role in promoting it. by creating liquidity in the space of alternative assets. Currently focusing on private debt for lenders and buy it now, pay later (BNPL) players, KILDE offers fund managers like me an attractive option for investing in short term debt. , whose market has become increasingly difficult to navigate throughout the pandemic. I’m delighted to be on board.”

Alternative assets have recently become accessible to regular investors via technology-based private market platforms like KILDE. The platforms provide a superior customer experience while delivering higher returns with lower volatility. Some alternative assets better target environmental and sustainability goals by enabling access to credit and supporting specific green and socially inclusive projects. Ultra-wealthy families had about 50% of their assets invested in alternatives, study finds prepared by KKR, more than 3 times more than mass investors and 10 times more than retail investors.

Previous KILDE investors include Purple Ventures, a private European venture capital fund that invests smart seed capital in early-stage fintech startups with a proven business model that scales their operations globally. Dubai Fintech Ventures, a joint venture between Visa, Mashreq Bank and DIFC. KILDE is a member of Hub71, a global technology ecosystem at the heart of Abu Dhabi, enabling startups to grow and graduate from Startupbootcamp Fintech Dubai, and a member firm of HGX, a private exchange formed by an alliance of leading capital market intermediaries to facilitate issuance and trading cross-border securities.

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About Kilde

KILDE is an alternative investment platform approved by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Nowadays, attractive regular income investments are reserved for professional investors. Individual investors end up with meager returns that are not enough to cover inflation. KILDE is here to change that. KILDE brings high-return, low-risk regular income to people like you and us. Your investment goes to major consumer and loan companies. In return, they use your funds to provide sustainable loans to underbanked consumers and SMEs. For more information, visit:

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