More NewsMoneyline Secures $36 Million in Strategic Round of Funding

Moneyline Secures $36 Million in Strategic Round of Funding

MoneyLine, a leading provider of hosted electronic commerce applications and financial content, announced that it has completed a $36 million round of funding. Key investors include Accel Partners, Bank of America, Comdisco, Garban-Intercapital plc, Global Crossing and Merrill Lynch. The capital raised will enable MoneyLine to continue advancing its e-commerce infrastructure to service the electronic business requirements of the financial services marketplace. By building on MoneyLine’s position as a neutral partner, financial services firms are able to meet the individual trading, content delivery and application needs of clients and internal users.

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