To help firms make cross-border payments and manage logistics, among other tasks, a host of companies from the U.S. to the U.K. and India have revealed investments. This week’s B2B FinTech roundup finds an eCommerce fulfillment service provider from Chicago raising $200 million in new funding, while a U.K. payment and payout provider landed $7.5 million. 

ShipBob 

Chicago-based ShipBob, which provides fulfillment services for eCommerce, landed $200 million in a Bain Capital Ventures-led Series E funding round. The company intends to “accelerate [its] mission to provide world-class fulfillment to brands of all sizes around the world” with the infusion. ShipBob said it currently has two dozen fulfillment hubs in five nations that help over 5,000 companies.

Noname Security

Israel-based enterprise application programming interface (API) security firm Noname Security has wrapped up a $60 million Series B funding round. The Noname API Security…

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