Plaid, the financial technology startup whose planned sale to Visa fell apart in January, is raising about $600m in a funding round that could value it at between $10b to $15b. The deal would represent a steep rise in expectations for the eight-year-old company. Plaid brought in just over $100m in revenue in 2019. The new valuation suggests revenues have doubled or even tripled since the Visa deal, though competition to invest in market-leading fintech companies has also been driving up prices for startup equity.