Kamma bags £1.6m
Property licensing is complex, inconsistent, and ever-changing in the private rented sector in the UK. To solve this, London-based RegTech platform Kamma offers proprietary technology that detects, cleanses, and aggregates huge volumes of divergent and ever-changing regulatory information.
Raised £1.6 million
The UK-based startup has recently secured an additional funding of £1.6 million. The investment was led by Triple Point, which also included investments from Europe’s most active proptech VC company Pi Labs, and M7 Structura. So far, the company has raised £2.2 million since its inception.