Ghana’s SecondSTAX secures $1.6m pre-seed funding. 2 other stories and a trivia

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1. Ghana’s SecondSTAX secures $1.6m pre-seed funding

A Ghanaian fintech startup, SecondSTAX, has on Friday secured $1.6m pre-seed funding to expand its geographical footprint.

Co-founder and CEO, Eugene Tawiah, confirmed the new funding in a media release.

SecondSTAX bills itself as a platform that connects institutional investors like pension funds and broker-dealers with international markets.

“We expect that in the next 18 to 24 months, the revenue coming from these clients starts to become incrementally impactful in terms of being able to shift us from startup mode to an actual running concept generating meaningful revenue,” said Tawiah.

SecondSTAX was launched in 2020 by Eugene Tawiah and Duke Lartey.

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Nigeria’s Ibukun Awosika, and South Africa’s Leslie Maasdorp, have been appointed to join Binance CEO as members of…

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