SoftBank predicts IPOs for LatAm start-ups

SoftBank predicts IPOs for LatAm start-ups

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Japan's SoftBank Group expects some start-ups in Latin America to file for initial public offerings (IPOs) later this year or in early 2024 if global markets calm down, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. Among the firms that could go public, Juan Franck, managing partner of SoftBank Latin America Fund, listed Colombian delivery app Rappi, Mexican online used car dealer Kavak, Mexican digital payments company Clip, Brazilian online home products marketplace MadeiraMadeira and Brazilian financial tec

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