Reviving U.S. IPO market may make it difficult for FinTech companies to attract investors


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Even though the market for new listings has been frozen, once-high-flying FinTech startups looking to go public will have a difficult time attracting investors’ attention.

Initial Public Offering (IPO)-related activities in the United States came to a halt for more than a year as the aggressive monetary tightening policy of the U.S. Federal Reserve drained the system of cheap money.

More companies are anticipated to revive their IPO plans this year as investor confidence rises, but FinTech firms may decide to withdraw from the race due to a number of concerns, including an increasing cash burn rate, mounting losses, and subpar share performance of some of their listed peers.

Read More: Fintech firms may struggle to find investor love in rebounding U.S. IPO market 

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