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1.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

Affirm just made its IPO filing public, providing the first detailed look inside the breakout ‘buy now, pay later’ fintech startup’s finances Tyler Sonnemaker 2020-11-19T07:22:03Z

2.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

Affirm just made its IPO filing public, providing the first detailed look inside the breakout ‘buy now, pay later’ fintech startup’s finances Tyler Sonnemaker 33 mins ago

3.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

Affirm, a fintech startup that enables consumers to pay for online purchases as they go, publicly revealed its initial public offering documents on Wednesday. The company reported a net annual loss of $125.8 million for its latest fiscal year, which ended in June, down 6% from 2019 — while its annual revenue nearly doubled year-over-year …

4.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

Affirm, founded and headed by PayPal alum Max Levchin, confidentially filed to go public in October, and was privately valued at $2.9 billion last year, according to PitchBook. Affirm is among the wave of “buy now, pay later” fintech startups that have taken off this year as online shopping soars and consumers remain wary of overextending their budgets during the pandemic.

5.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

Affirm, a fintech startup that enables consumers to pay for online purchases as they go, publicly revealed its initial Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge — TodayHeadline

6.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

21 mins Affirm just made its IPO filing public, providing the first detailed look inside the breakout ‘buy now, pay later’ fintech startup’s finances Business Insider

… 9 hours Max Levchin’s Affirm IPO filing shows revenue surge Financial Post

7.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

The buy now, pay later lender Affirm, which was founded in 2012 by PayPal cofounder Max Levchin, revealed its IPO paperwork on Wednesday. Total revenue jumped to $509.5 million in the fiscal year ending on June 30, up from $264.4 million the year earlier.

8.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

Affirm has announced a filing for an initial public offering (IPO), according to a press release, and the company has submitted a draft to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).. The number …

9.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

The buy now, pay later lender Affirm, which issues microloans to shoppers primarily online, just unveiled paperwork to go public. Buy now, pay later has been having a moment in 2020. Affirm, which enables online shoppers to use microloans to split up payments on goods they purchase online, has touted its reach in the digital retail space in recent months.

10.Affirm publicly reveals IPO filing amid buy now, pay later surge

There is no direct comparison to Affirm in terms of recent IPOs, but one of its main competitors, Afterpay Ltd., went public in Australia at AU$2.95 ($2.13) in 2017 and is trading as of the time …

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1.Affirm just made its IPO filing public, providing the first detailed look inside the breakout ‘buy now, pay later’ fintech startup’s finances

Good Subscriber Account active since DOW S&P 500 NASDAQ 100 Affirm made its initial public offering documents publicly … is among a cohort of “buy now, pay later” startups that enable consumers to use microloans to defer their payments on goods they …

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