The Stanford-backed consumer credit management platform has now raised $110m altogether, and the latest round will fund hiring and technology development.

Credit Sesame, a US-based consumer credit tracking software developer backed by Stanford University, has raised more than $43m in equity and debt financing. The round was led by investment firm ATW Partners and included unspecified existing backers. It increased Credit Sesame’s total financing to $110m, the company said. Founded in 2010 to exploit Stanford University…

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