Singapore-based fintech startup Qapita raises $1.8mn in seed round led by Vulcan Capital


Singapore-based fintech and legaltech startup Qapita has raised a seed round of $1.8 mn. The round was led by Vulcan Capital. Early-stage investors Alto Partners Multi Family Office, Atin Kukreja (CEO of Rippledot Capital), Koh Boon Hwee, K3 Ventures, KDV Holdings, Mission Holdings and multiple Northstar Group Partners, including Patrick Walujo, also participated in the round.


Qapita provides digital equity management tools for private companies and startups. Its platform — QapMap, is designed to enable capitalisation table management, employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) management, and digital ESOP issuance with the aim of eventually enabling digital share issuance for companies across the region.

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