Qonto, a French online payment institution, was founded in 2016 with the mission to create the finance solution that energizes SMEs and freelancers and seeking to simplify everything from everyday banking and financing, to bookkeeping and spend management. Qonto was the first 1st business to business account for finance management to get a Payment Institution licence and over 250,000 companies are currently utilizing their platform.
Qonto does not currently have an official ticker symbol because this company is still private. Register today to connect with our Private Market Specialists and learn more about new pre-IPO investment opportunities.
The stock price for Qonto will be known as it becomes public. Here are similar public companies: Paypal (NAS: PYPL), Robinhood (NAS: HOOD), E-Trade (NAS: ETFC), Tradeweb (NAS: TW).
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Qonto is a private company and not publicly traded.
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