Fintech for Underbanked: The Next M&A Hot Spot?

Barba, Robert
November 2013
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;11/11/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p22
The article offers information on a study released by the U.S. Center for Financial Services Innovationand Core Innovation Capital on capital funds in the underbanked market. The report shows that initial public offerings and equity investments in the market are expected to reach 5.2 billion dollars in 2013. Despite positive results, researchers are still uncertain about the details of merger and acquisition activities in the sector.


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