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Digital Lending Software Fintech Blend Is Now a Publicly Listed Firm on New York Stock Exchange

Digital lending software provider Blend (NYSE:BLND) has listed its shares on the NYSE after submitting its registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), earlier this year, in order to go public. The Fintech said will now focus on accelerating its ability to… Read More

Digital Assets Focused Tech Firm Bullish to Go Public on New York Stock Exchange via SPAC Merger

Bullish, a tech firm focused on creating financial services for the digital assets sector, recently revealed its plans to go public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) via a merger with Far Peak Acquisition Corporation (NYSE: FPAC), a special purpose acquisition company or SPAC…. Read More

Stock Trading in Hong Kong has Increased Significantly Compared to Volumes Reported Recently by London Stock Exchange

Stock trading volumes in Hong Kong have reportedly increased by as much as 4x compared to those on London’s main stock exchange, as large tech stocks continue to attract investors from other jurisdictions. Some have referred to Hong Kong’s stock trading as the “Nasdaq of… Read More

Digital Brokerage Solution Provider DriveWealth to Offer API enabled Brokerage Tech for Retail Clients, after Acquisition of Cuttone & Co.

Digital brokerage solution provider DriveWealth, which notably secured $56.7 million through a Series C funding round in October 2020, is now planning to introduce its API-enabled brokerage technology platform for retail clients. The platform will be launched on the floor of the NYSE, following a… Read More

Bakkt to Go Public via SPAC at $2.1 Billion Valuation

Bakkt, is the latest Fintech to become a publicly-traded firm via a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC).  Bakkt is the creation of the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange. Bakkt is a regulated digital asset exchange that also provides… Read More

Former NYSE President Tom Farley, Files for Second SPAC to Acquire a Fintech, Seeks $550 Million

The former NYSE President Tom Farley has filed for a second Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) initial public offering (IPO). Once again, Farley will be gunning for a Fintech, according to a post on Renaissance Capital. Previously, Farley’s Far Peak Acquisition (NYSE: FPAC) closed on the… Read More

Chinese Fintech Firm Lufax Is Reportedly Planning to Secure Up to $2.36 Billion through US IPO

Chinese Fintech firm Lufax is reportedly planning to secure $2.36 billion through its US initial public offering (IPO). Lufax was once a top peer to peer lending platform but has since shifted into other areas of Fintech as well as online lending. Lufax’s management noted… Read More

Insurtech Lemonade Prices IPO Higher than Expected, Shares Pop on First Day of Trading on NYSE

Lemonade (NYSE:LMND), a fast-growing Insurtech firm, completed its initial public offering (IPO) today on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Earlier today it was reported that at the last minute Lemonade bumped up its planned offering price to $29 a share. Apparently, that was not… Read More

At the Last Minute, Lemonade Prices IPO Higher as Insurtech Scheduled to Trade on NYSE

Lemonade, a high profile Insurtech, is scheduled to trade on the NYSE today under the ticker symbol “LMND.” At the last minute, the company bumped up the per-share price to $29/share. Just yesterday, Lemonade indicated in an updated S-1 filing that shares would trade in… Read More

Lemonade Increases Target Price of IPO, Shares Scheduled to Trade on NYSE July 2nd

Lemonade, a fast-growing Insurtech firm, has upped its initial public offering (IPO) share price range according to an updated S-1 filing. Shares are expected to trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Thursday under the ticker symbol “LMND.” It was last reported that… Read More

Updated Lemonade IPO Filing Indicates Down Round for Insurtech

Today Lemonade, a top Insurtech, filed a Form S-1/A with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). As was recently reported, Lemonade was planning to IPO on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under ticker “LMND.” The updated filing included the expected price per share range… Read More

Insurtech Lemonade Files for Initial Public Offering on NYSE

Lemonade, one of the most prominent Insurtechs in the US, has filed an S-1 for an initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Co-founded by CEO Daniel Schreiber and Shai Wininger, Lemonade seeks to disrupt the traditional insurance market with consumer-friendly… Read More

OnDeck Receives NYSE Notice Regarding Price Per Share of Under $1

OnDeck (NYSE: ONDK), an online lender serving SMEs, has received a notice from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as the company does not meet the continued listing standard that requires OnDeck to maintain a minimum average closing price of $1.00 per share over a… Read More

Digital Banking: AMTD International Confirms its Secondary Listing on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd

AMTD International (NYSE: HKIB; SGX: HKB), which is part of the AMTD Group, an established Asian financial services conglomerate, has confirmed its secondary listing on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd (the “SGX-ST”) under the ticker “HKB.” AMTD International’s listing notably marks… Read More

OneConnect, the Fintech Division of Ping An Insurance, Teams Up with China Merchant Post Group to Develop DLT-based Logistics Platform

OneConnect Financial Technology, the Fintech division of Ping An Insurance, China’s largest insurance and logistics conglomerate, has partnered with the China Merchants Port Group (CMPort), in order to develop a blockchain or distributed ledger tech (DLT)-enabled logistics platform. The DLT-based solution is being created for… Read More

NYSE to Migrate to Fully Electronic Trading on Monday as it Initiates “Business Continuity Plan”

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), operated by Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE:ICE), said it will initiate its business continuity plan (BCP) and migrate to fully electronic trading on Monday, March 23. The decision was made due to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic. Recently, the NYSE… Read More

Global Blue To Become Publicly Traded Company on NYSE Through Far Point Merger

Global Blue, a Switzerland-based technology and payments partner empowering global merchants to capture the growth of international shoppers, announced on Thursday it will become a publicly-traded company on the New York Stock Exchange through its merger with Far Point Acquisition Corporation (NYSE: FPAC), a special… Read More

Ping An Offshoot OneConnect Trades on NYSE in Initial Public Offering after Reducing Share Sale

OneConnect (NYSE:OCFT), a Fintech off-shoot of Ping An, listed its shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) today. The initial public offering raised around $260 million following a decision to slice the offer in half due to demand concerns. Ping An is one of… Read More

Bill.com Goes Public in NYSE IPO, Has a Really Good Day

If timing is everything, Bill.com (NYSE:BILL) nailed it. The payments and software provider completed its initial public offering (IPO) today on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Bill.com floated 9.8 million shares at $22 each – raising over $210 million, but the price opened up… Read More

China Rapid Finance Regains Compliance With New York Stock Exchange’s Continued Listing Requirements

China Rapid Finance Limited (NYSE: XRF), one of China’s largest consumer lending marketplaces, announced on Thursday two developments that mark significant progress in regaining compliance with the New York Stock Exchange’s Continued Listing requirements. China Rapid Finance reported that it completed its 2018 financial statement audit… Read More

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