Stripe now the most highly valued fintech start-up
The company, now worth $95 billion, is to create 1,000 jobs in Dublin over the next five years
Stripe is now the most highly valued fintech start-up, worth $95 billion, the company announced yesterday.
Its latest financing round raised €600 million from sources like the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), Allianz, AXA, Bailie Gifford and Sequoia Capital. The NTMA is understood to have invested €42 million.
Stripe also announced the creation of at least 1,000 jobs over the next five years at their Dublin headquarters. 300 people currently work in the Dublin offices, making...
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