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Splitit Posts Q3 Merchant Sales Volume Of US$70.9M
Splitit Completes Share Purchase Plan That Will Raise A$10 Mln
Splitit To Raise A$90 Mln Via Institutional Placement
Splitit Ltd is an Israel-based company that offers payment solutions. It offers Splitit, a payment method solution enabling customers to pay for purchases with an existing debit or credit card by splitting the cost into interest-free monthly payments, without the need for additional registrations or applications. Splitit enables online retailers to offer their customers a way to pay for purchases in installments with instant approval, decreasing cart abandonment rates. The Company serves approximately 800 merchants in more than 20 countries.
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HaArba'a St 30
TEL AVIV-YAFO, NY
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Shares in Australia's Afterpay Ltd and its smaller consumer lender rivals tumbled for a second day on Wednesday, as the entry of U.S. giant PayPal into the buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) sector sent investors scrambling to re-price its frothy stocks.
* Afterpay shares fall 9% in two sessions, rivals plunge further
* ADVISES IT HAS TO DATE NOT SEEN ANY MATERIAL IMPACT FROM COVID-19 ON ITS MERCHANT SALES VOLUME OR REVENUE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Sezzle Inc <SZL.AX>, a rare U.S.-based buy-now-pay-later lender, shone in its debut on the Australian Securities Exchange on Tuesday, leveraging Australian investors' familiarity with the sector and nearly doubling its value by the day's end.
Sezzle Inc <SZL.AX>, a loss-making U.S. buy-now-pay-later lender, plans to list in Australia braving heightened scrutiny of the sector there after the financial crime watchdog ordered an audit of top local rival Afterpay Touch Group Ltd <APT.AX>.
Australia's financial crime watchdog ordered an audit of buy-now-pay-later company Afterpay Touch Group, citing suspected non-compliance with anti-money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws, hammering shares across the sector.
Splitit, which helps businesses with instalment payments, said on Tuesday it raised A$12 million ($8.6 million) in an initial public offering on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
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