Prospa co-founders Beau Bertoli and Greg Moshal Fintech startup Prospa (ASX: PGL) has turned into a nice little earner for its key investors, AustralianSuper and Airtree Ventures, with shares in the online small business lender soaring 18% on debut on the ASX at noon today. The jump added $110 million to Prospa’s market cap after… Read more »
Fintech Prospa launched in 2012 after its co-founders grew frustrated with access to small business loans from traditional banks The company is raising $110 million from institutional investors, valuing the business at $610m Its backers include Square Peg, Airtree and AustralianSuper. This is Prospa’s 2nd attempt to float after an IPO was pulled at… Read more »
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