Articles with tag like: IPO

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India-based digital wallet company MobiKwik plans IPO by September 2021

News | Mobile Payments | 23 Mar 2021

MobiKwik, the India-based digital wallet and payments startup, has announced plans for an initial public offering before September 2021.

MobiKwik, IPO, funding, e-wallet, mobile payments

Sebi approves Paytm UPI handle for IPO applications

News | Payments General | 16 Mar 2021

Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has approved IPO application requests via Paytm UPI handle.

Paytm, IPO, UPI, online payments

Bitcoin app Mode secures GBP 6 mln investment

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 01 Mar 2021

London Stock Exchange-listed Bitcoin app Mode has secured a total of GBP 6 million in oversubscribed placing arranged by Peterhouse Capital Limited, according to Yahoo Finance.

Open Banking, Mode, IPO, Bitcoin, online banking

Klarna to reportedly secure USD 500 mln investment

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 10 Feb 2021

Buy-now-pay-later company Klarna has allegedly closed a USD 500 mln fundraise with a valuation of between USD 25-30 billion, as stated by AltFi

Klarna, investment, BNPL, buy now pay later, IPO, fintech

Ninepoint completes USD 180 mln IPO for crypto

News | Cryptocurrencies | 02 Feb 2021

Canadian investment firm Ninepoint Partners has completed the USD 180 million initial public offering of its cryptocurrency fund which is now fully invested.

Ninepoint, investment, cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Canada, USA, IPO

Swedish payments provider Trustly plans USD 11 billion IPO

News | Online Payments | 25 Jan 2021

Sweden-based payments company Trustly has announced plans to launch an IPO in late April or early May 2021, with a valuation of up to USD 11 billion

Trustly, IPO, payments, Europe, Sweden, initial public offering, Sweden, Spain, Malta, Germany, UK, funding round, BlackRock, Investment Corporation of Dubai, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Neuberger Berman

Ecommerce platform Poshmark sets terms for USD 244 mln IPO

News | Ecommerce | 07 Jan 2021

Fashion ecommerce website Poshmark has announced terms for a USD 244 million initial public offering (IPO).

Poshmark, IPO, initial public offering, fashion ecommerce, ecommerce, online shopping experience

Affirm sets IPO price range, aims to raise up to USD 934.8 mln

News | Online Payments | 06 Jan 2021

Affirm has announced a target up to USD 38 per share in IPO, aiming to raise up to USD 934.8 million.

IPO, Affirm, pay later, instalments, funding, online payments

Limepay raises USD 21 mln ahead of its IPO

News | Online Payments | 02 Dec 2020

Australia-based buy-now-pay-later solution provider Limepay has raised USD 21 million in a pre-IPO funding round.

Limepay, Australia, funding round, Series A, funding, IPO, BNPL, pay later, buy now pay later

China halts Ant Group's IPO

News | Payments General | 04 Nov 2020

Ant Group’s record USD 37 billion listing has been stopped by Chinese authorities.

Ant Group, IPO, China, lending, fintech, banks, consumer credit

Chinese Lufax fintech starts trading on New York Stock Exchange

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 02 Nov 2020

China-based fintech Lufax has started trading on New York Stock Exchange on 30 October 2020 raising around USD 2.36 billion in a day.

Lufax, China, US, New York stock exchange, fintech, SME, IPO

Stax announces first Australian IPO to accept cryptocurrency

News | Cryptocurrencies | 29 Oct 2020

Australia-based Stax has announced that West Coast Aquaculture Group (WCA) will conduct the country’s first initial public offering that accepts virtual currency as payment.

Stax, IPO, Australia, virtual currency, cryptocurrency, Tether, stablecoin, blockchain

Ant Group gets Hong Kong IPO approval

News | Payments General | 20 Oct 2020

China-based Ant Group has received green light from Chinese regulators to list in Hong Kong, another step towards a large IPO.

Ant Group, Hong Kong, IPO, stock list, Alipay, China, CSRC, Star Market

Fintech Laybuy partners with Manchester United

News | Payments General | 14 Oct 2020

New Zealand-based Laybuy has teamed up with Manchester United to become the football club’s official buy-now-pay-later partner, according to AltFi

fintech, Laybuy, Manchester United, New Zealand, United Kingdom, UK, buy now pay later, partnership, football club, interest-free, payments, retail platforms, Premier League, Australia, Stock Exchange, IPO, coronavirus, pandemic

Ant Group's stock listing raises USD 9 billion

News | Payments General | 12 Oct 2020

Five Chinese funds targeting Ant Group’s upcoming stock listing have raised approximately USD 9 billion cumulatively from more than 10 million retail investors.

Ant Group, China, stock listing, IPO, fintech, Alipay

Ant Group's stock listing raises USD 9 billion

News | Payments General | 12 Oct 2020

Five Chinese funds targeting Ant Group’s upcoming stock listing have raised approximately USD 9 billion cumulatively from more than 10 million retail investors.

Ant Group, China, stock listing, IPO, fintech, Alipay

Affirm fills confidential IPO paperwork

News | Ecommerce | 12 Oct 2020

Affirm Holdings has announced that it had filed confidential paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission related to a proposed initial public offering.

Klarna, Afterpay, PayPal, Affirm Holdings, IPO, installment, Securities and Exchange Commission, buy-now, pay-later purchases, US

Ecommerce company Allegro sets its IPO at USD 11.24 bln

News | Ecommerce | 30 Sep 2020

Poland-based ecommerce platform Allegro has set its initial public offering price at USD 11,07 per share, valuing a total of USD 11.24 billion.

Allegro, Poland, ecommerce, initial public offering, IPO, marketplace

Kakao Pay set to be Korea's first mobile-payment fintech to go public

News | Mobile Payments | 29 Sep 2020

South-Korea mobile payments fintech Kakao Pay has announced kicking off preparations for an initial public offering.

Financial Supervisory Service, Kakao Pay, IPO, initial public offering, mobile payments, South Korea, Asia, APAC

Polish ecommerce platform Allegro prepares country's largest IPO

News | Ecommerce | 14 Sep 2020

Poland-based ecommerce platform Allegro has planned to list on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in what could become the central European country’s largest initial public offering.

Allegro, ecommerce platform, IPO, Warsaw Stock Exchange, Poland, Europe, Central Europe, PZU, stock exchange listing, Stock Exchange, online commerce