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EBRD, Goldman Sachs to invest in Turkish fintech firm

Tuesday, 03 23 2021, Category: Technology, Country: Turkey
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Goldman Sachs on Monday made a decision to invest in DgPays, Turkey’s leading financial technology provider, according to a joint statement.

The investment by leading financial institutions represents one of the most significant foreign investments in Turkey’s fintech sector to date, it said.

"With its pioneering technology and innovative solutions, our company has been successful in attracting the interest of international investors," said Serkan Omerbeyoglu, DgPays’ CEO.

He said the partnership will catalyze the firm's strategy of expanding its product and service offerings in line with international trends.

"When our energy and entrepreneurial spirit are combined with our partners’ network and experience, we will soon become a platform that is recognized for its success. We are also pleased to bring foreign direct investment into our country."


Source: aa.com.tr
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