Flinks Gets Acquired By National Bank of Canada For $103M

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Montréal based fintech startup Flinks has received a strategic investment of $103 million from National Bank of Canada. The investment includes $30 million in growth capital which would enable the fintech to expand it geographic footprint in North America, enter financial services verticals like wealth and lending, and add to its capabilities in analytics and data enrichment. 

Founded in 2016 by Frédérick Lavoie, Julien Cousineau and Yves-Gabriel Leboeuf, Flinks is a data company that enables businesses to connect to their customers’ financial accounts, enrich this data, and utilize it to deliver better digital products.

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