Portions of Redmond-based Paymentus Holdings, which gives online bill-paying administrations utilized by a huge number of clients of retailers, utilities and others, hopped 36.2% on Wednesday after a first sale of stock in which the organization sold 10 million offers.
The offers, estimated by Paymentus at $21, rose $7.61 to close at $28.61 in exchanging on the New York Stock Exchange under its new ticker image, PAY. The contribution raised $210 million preceding limits and expenses.
Paymentus announced 2020 incomes of $302 million, a 28% year-over-year increment, and net gain of $13 million, basically level from the earlier year. The organization said it handled in excess of 195 million exchanges, serving an organization of in excess of 1,300 billers that incorporate Walmart and PayPal.
President Dushyant Sharma, who established the organization in 2004, will claim almost 20% of the stock after the IPO. A large portion of the rest is possessed by reserves partnered with private value firm Accel-KKR.
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