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Ualá is a personal financial management mobile app that allows users to conduct financial transactions. The operations, provided by the Company include online or offline purchases, free P2P and top-ups, as well as other payments.


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Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)200(+25%)

Ualá Office Locations

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Ualá Financials and Metrics

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Ualá total Funding

$194 m

Ualá latest funding size

$150 m

Time since last funding

6 months ago

Ualá investors

Ualá's latest funding round in November 2019 was reported to be $150 m. In total, Ualá has raised $194 m. Ualá's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.
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Ualá Revenue

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Ualá Operating Metrics

Nov, 2019

Total Debit and Credit Cards Issued

1.30 m
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Ualá Online and Social Media Presence

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Ualá News and Updates

Ualá promotes female inclusion with Jedi Academy initiative

LatAm List – Ualá, an Argentine mobile banking app, recently launched an initiative to create a stronger female presence in the predominantly male fintech market called Jedi Academy. Ten women were chosen in October to undergo a training period with Ualá’s tech teams and can expect to be fully incor…

Argentine fintech Ualá raises $150M led by Tencent and SoftBank

Ualá, an Argentine personal finance management app, has raised a $150 million Series C led by Tencent and SoftBank’s Latin America-focused Innovation Fund. Ualá is a mobile banking app and lending platform with services similar to Revolut, Monzo and Nubank. However Ualá has no intention of actually …

Argentina’s Ualá Valued Near $1 Billion in New Financing Round

Argentina’s Ualá Valued Near $1 Billion in New Financing Round

Argentine neobank Ualá raises $150M Series C from Tencent and Softbank

LatAm List – Ualá‘s founder, Pierpaolo Barbieri, recently announced via his Twitter that the Argentine neobank raised a $150M Series C round from led by China’s Tencent alongside Japan’s Softbank. Both investors will join Ualá’s board of directors as a part of the round. Tencent previously invested …

Ualá, a fast-growing personal finance app in Argentina, just closed a $150 million fundraising led by Tencent and SoftBank's Latin America innovation fund

Tencent and SoftBank led the latest funding round for Ualá, the Argentina-based personal finance start-up that counts George Soros, Goldman Sachs, and Steve Cohen's Point72 as past investors.  The series C raised $150 million — more than triple what the company had raised in its four previous fund…

Ualá Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Ualá founded?

    Ualá was founded in 2016.

  • How many employees does Ualá have?

    Ualá has 200 employees.

  • Who are Ualá competitors?

    Competitors of Ualá include JKOPAY, Arcus Financial Intelligence and Green Dot.

  • Where are Ualá offices?

    Ualá has an office in.

  • How many offices does Ualá have?

    Ualá has 1 office.