Seasoned Japanese startup puts fintech on the map with $500m IPO

Money Forward, a well-established financial tech startup, has launched its IPO, marking a watershed moment for Japan’s burgeoning fintech scene. The firm, started in 2012, is now worth US$505 million after listing on the Mothers Index Futures section of …
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