BELLIN announces significant investment from LEA Partners

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BELLIN has announced a double-digit million euro investment from German private equity firm LEA Partners, investing with its LEA Mittelstandspartner Fund.

This investment will enable BELLIN to extend its market leadership position in the German-speaking core markets and accelerate global growth, in particular in the US and Asia. “We have reached a level of growth that constitutes a solid basis for our expansion efforts to boost our position in the international treasury market. This brings enormous advantages to our clients, our employees and the group as a whole,” explains Martin Bellin, founder and CEO of BELLIN.

Throughout its corporate history, BELLIN has proven time and again that they understand and embody treasury. A steady number of innovative treasury solutions have been developed and launched. They have since become industry standard. “We are very pleased to have found a strong and experienced partner in LEA Partners. They understand our business and have invaluable expertise when it comes to growing and scaling software. Supported by LEA Partners, we will be able to significantly increase investment in innovative technologies. This will enable us to continue pioneering the corporate treasury FinTech-industry,” emphasizes Martin Bellin who will continue to act as majority shareholder, personally representing continuity and the values that underpin the family business.

“We look forward to supporting Martin Bellin and his team in their international expansion efforts and the development of new and innovative products,” comments Christian Roth, Managing Director at LEA Partners and himself a software entrepreneur. “BELLIN is active in a market that is growing continuously and at considerable speed, providing great potential for both organic and inorganic growth. A selective buy & build strategy will allow us to evaluate and implement these opportunities together,” adds Sebastian Müller, Managing Director at LEA Partners.

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