Tagged: initial public offering

Chinese Fintech Giant JD Technology Is Reconsidering Potential $3B IPO due to Nationwide Regulatory Crackdown

Chinese authorities have increased their scrutiny of the nation’s Fintech sector. China’s regulators have now cracked down on JD Technology’s (potentially) $3 billion initial public offering. JD Technology, the Fintech division of Chinese digital commerce giant JD.com Inc., is reportedly looking into withdrawing its application… Read More

Robinhood Could IPO as Soon as March 2021

Robinhood Markets Inc., the digital investment and trading platform that’s largely behind or at least part of the trading frenzy in GameStop Corp.’s company shares, is reportedly planning to file confidentially for an IPO at some point next month or later, according to Bloomberg which… Read More

Coinbase Files S-1, Plans Listing on NASDAQ Raising Up to $1 Billion, Generated $1.3 Billion in Revenue in 2020

As anticipated, Coinbase has publicly filed an S-1 outlining its plans to complete an initial public offering (IPO) on the NASDAQ. Accrording to the filing, Coinbase intends to raise up to $1 billion and  trade under the ticker symbol of “COIN.” The filing shares that… Read More

Fintech MoneyLion to Float by SPAC via Fusion Acquisition

MoneyLion, a digital banking Fintech, is the next company to go public via a special acquisition company (SPAC). The deal was announced last Friday where MoneyLion will merge with Fusion Acquisition (NYSE:FUSE) at a transaction value of $2.4  billion and $2.9 billion in equity value… Read More

SPACs: US Fintech Payoneer Set to Go Public via a Special Purpose Acquisition Company led by Bancorp’s Betsy Cohen

Nearly 300 SPACs are currently seeking deals with $90 billion in available cash. Fintech firm Payoneer is also planning to go public through a SPAC that will reportedly be led by Bancorp founder Betsy Cohen. Payoneer’s management noted that they intend to merge with a… Read More

Sweden’s Payments Firm Trustly Is Reportedly Planning an IPO during Q2 2021, Valuing it at a Potential €9 Billion

Sweden-based payments company Trustly is reportedly planning to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) during the second quarter of this year. The IPO might value the firm at around €9 billion. Trustly’s owner, Nordic Capital, is currently working cooperatively with Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and… Read More

Dhana Kaneshayogan from TransferWise, which is Planning LSE Float, Explains how Automation Makes Audits More Efficient

Dhana Kaneshayogan notes that in January 2020, he had joined the Governance, Infrastructure and Networks team (GIN) at UK-based Fintech firm TransferWise. Kaneshayogan confirmed that the team offered other platform teams the interfaces and tooling to develop compute resources by using “best practices and standardized… Read More

Publicly Listed Indian Fintech 5paisa Confirms Great Year for Indian IPOs in 2020, Projects Solid 2021 As Well

Mumbai-based 5paisa, a one-stop shop for quality research and low-cost and “cutting-edge” trading platforms, notes that last year, there were relatively few IPO listings, but there was still a lot of participation on Dalal Street (which is the address of the Bombay Stock Exchange and… Read More

Asian Fintech Grab May Pursue US IPO

Southeast Asian Fintech Grab may pursue an initial public offering (IPO) during 2021, according to a report. Fintech is expected to be a hot sector for initial public offers this year with two already being completed. Last week, Affirm (NASDAQ:AFRM) blew the doors off its IPO…. Read More

After Gaining 5 Million New Customers, eToro Preps for IPO on Nasdaq – Report

Digital trading platform eToro may be queuing for an initial public offering (IPO) on Nasdaq according to a recent report. The Fintech is said to be chatting with Goldman Sachs to manage the IPO. Depending on where you are sitting, eToro enables trading in both… Read More

Coinbase Files to Pursue an IPO

Coinbase, the leading cryptocurrency exchange in the US, has filed an S-1 registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicating its intent to pursue an initial public offering (IPO). The news was posted on the Coinbase website stating the filing, which would include… Read More

Stock Trading App Provider Robinhood Planning IPO with Assistance from Goldman Sachs: Report

Robinhood, a popular trading app that has encouraged a new generation of investors to take part in equity trading, has reportedly hired giant Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs to lead the Fintech firm’s IPO. Robinhood Markets will be working with Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) in… Read More

Buy Now Pay Later Fintech Affirm, which Filed IPO Application, May have Significant Growth Opportunities in the US

Younger investors including Millennials and Gen Z consumers are supporting a change in the idea of paying with credit, and investors might also be able to join this emerging trend in the US markets. Fintech company Affirm Holdings Inc., which lets users split their purchases… Read More

Chinese Regulators to Introduce “Special” and “Innovative” Regulatory Guidelines for Fintech Giants like Ant Group, Tencent Holdings

China is reportedly planning to introduce “special” and “innovative” regulatory guidelines for  Fintech giants like billionaire Jack Ma’s Ant Group Co., which is a subsidiary of the Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA). Regulators in China aim to create new policies so they can eliminate monopolistic practices… Read More

Fintech Unicorn Marqeta Might Conduct IPO Next Year, after Establishing Additional Head Offices in Denver

Marqeta, a Fintech Unicorn that claims to be the first global modern card-issuing platform, is reportedly working with many startups that are now using Marqeta’s payment card issuance technology. Marqeta is also working closely with Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. as the… Read More

Chinese Fintechs Must Realize that their Products can Subject Consumers to Financial Risk, Analyst Says following Sector-Wide Crackdown

Alibaba founder Jack Ma’s plans to establish Fintech companies like Ant Group and launch IPOs in China were recently put on hold when the country’s regulators decided to make updates to regulatory requirements. As reported recently, Daniel Zhang, Chairman of Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA), noted… Read More

Daniel Zhang, Chairman of Alibaba Group, Says China’s Move to Create New Fintech Regulations Is “Timely and Necessary”

The management at Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA) has stated that they are planning to comply with China’s updated Fintech regulations after the nation’s changing regulatory environment led to Ant Group‘s initial public offering (IPO) getting suspended. Daniel Zhang, Chairman of Alibaba Group, noted during a… Read More

Max Levchin’s Fintech Affirm Files S-1 to Go Public

Affirm Holdings has filed an S-1 registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicating its intent to do an initial public offering (IPO). Affirm is a Fintech lender created by Max Levchin, a noted Fintech entrepreneur who co-founded PayPal. Just recently in September… Read More

Straight From the Top: Chinese President Xi Jinping Said to Personally Hit Pause on Ant Group IPO

Ant Group was expected to be the largest Fintech initial public offering (IPO) ever at a valuation of around $35 billion. With just days until a listing on both the Shanghai Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, regulators in China slammed the breaks on… Read More

UK based Digital Bank Starling Is Reportedly Planning to Secure $263 Million in Additional Funding

UK-based digital bank Starling is reportedly planning to secure £200 million (appr. $263 million) in additional capital in order to further expand its business operations. Starling Bank may consider launching an initial public offering (IPO) in the foreseeable future. Starling has hired Rothschild to focus… Read More

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