Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news

Breaking-Finance.Com - UK fintech PensionBee has confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in April with goal of raising £55 million.

Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news

Breaking-Finance.Com - UK fintech PensionBee has confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in April with goal of raising £55 million.

Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news
31 March 2021 - 11:45

Breaking-Finance.Com - UK fintech PensionBee has confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in April with goal of raising £55 million. The company, which has over £1.5bn in assets under administration and approximattely 130,000 active customers, will commence trading on the High Growth Segment of the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market - currently home to just one other company, Just Eat.

. There is a significant growth opportunity for PensionBee, as a result of the acceleration of the shift to digital, the frequency of individuals moving jobs and the increased duration of working life."In February the firm began working with PrimaryBid to give its customers first dibs on its London listing, a process that has so far attracted over 9000 expressions of interest.

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Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news


Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news


Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news


Finance Breaking news PensionBee to float in April last financial news

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