Established fintechs are increasingly commanding funding—and the space’s maturation will herald more exits and pressure from investors to demonstrate a path to profitability
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Groww is in talks for a new raise that would triple its valuation to $3B as investors eye huge user acquisition opportunities for local fintechs.