Why Fintech May Not Be Fit for Public Consumption

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Why are there so few fintech IPOs? That’s the topic of a new Pitchbook study. The year 2019 seems set to be a record-setting one for venture capitalist exit value capture by means of tech IPOs. The successful exits thus far may be charged to the VCs with positions inRead More

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