Today in European Tech: German insurtech startup Clark nabs €69 million, Revolut applies for UK banking licence, and more

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 Getir is close to signing a deal for fresh funding at a valuation of more than $800 million, as Turkey’s biggest online delivery service gets ready to expand into the UK.

– Frankfurt, Germany-based insurtech scale-up Clark has raised €69 million from Tencent and others.

– Berlin-based fintech company smava and, a comparison service for consumer loans, are negotiating a merger.

– Israel-based consumer lending startup Blender is heading for an IPO on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, aiming to raise approximately $22 million at a valuation of $88 million.

– Italian grocery delivery company Cortilia has closed a €34 million Series C round to fuel expansion as a sustainable B-corp.

– International data provider IHS Markit announced today that it has acquired Israeli software company Cappitech. The Herzliya-based company provides technology for regulatory reports to global financial institutions. No financial details about the deal were disclosed.

– Kenbi, a German startup that’s developing software to help nurses and fill gaps in the healthcare system, has raised €7 million in seed funding. The round was led by Redalpine, with existing investors Heartcore,, and Partech on board as well.

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