Rapyd Stock

rapyd.netFinTech / PaymentsFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $160MM

Rapyd is a fintech company and provider of a local payments network designed to connect companies to all the ways the world likes to pay and the infrastructure to create your own fintech solutions, like ewallets, cards and financial services. This company was founded by Arik Shtilman, Omer Priel, and Arkady Karpman in 2016 and is headquartered in London, UK.

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Management Team

Arik Shtilman
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Casey Bullock
Chief Revenue Officer
Maayan Naor
Chief Financial Officer
Marc Winitz
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

Eyal Dior
Tal Ventures
Mikhail Lobanov
Target Global
Álvaro Rodríguez Arregui
IGNIA Partners

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News Highlights

Rapyd acquires a piece of PayU from Prosus for $610M to scale its fintech-as-a-service platform
Rapyd, the fintech-as-a-service startup that provides APIs to enable payments, card issuing, digital wallet and other financial services to companies like Uber and Ikea, is taking a significant step forward in its growth with a big acquisition: It is paying $610 million to acquire a giant piece of PayU — the payments group of internet giant Prosus that focuses on emerging markets.
Rapyd Partners with Splitit to Power Next Generation of Buy Now, Pay Later technology
The Rapyd Splitit partnership will enable businesses around the world to deliver seamless installment payments to their shoppers with access to Rapyd’s extensive global payments network. The partnership will bring Splitit’s Installments-as-a-Service platform to Rapyd’s extensive network of merchants and marketplaces, making it possible for businesses anywhere to adopt Splitit’s one-of-a-kind white-label, card-based installment platform, offering customers a quick checkout experience and the highest approval rates.
Cross-border businesses going for growth to offset current economic headwinds, shows Rapyd report
41% of global organisations believe that international business expansion is imperative to ease their current trading concerns. That’s according to a new study released by global fintech-as-a-service partner Rapyd, which shows that a sizeable contingent of cross-border businesses are looking to double down on their growth ambitions as the best remedy for the economic headwinds facing them, despite mixed levels of business optimism.
Updated on: May 20, 2024


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