Qippay could be NZ’s next listed tech company

Qippay could be NZ’s next listed tech company
Co-founder and CEO Ashley Lake-Johns said he and his team want to build the next NZ success story. (Image: Qippay)
Ben Moore
Founded in 2020, digital payments company Qippay has been laying the groundwork to be a first mover in open banking, preparing to ride the wave brought by impending legislative changes around banking data.Qippay has started a $2 million minimum series A fundraising round ahead of a public listing. It intends making money by lowering the cost to merchants of the $1.7 trillion transacted through New Zealand’s clearing systems every year.Like XeroCo-founder and chief executive Ashley Lake-Johns said choosing to list was driven by a dete...

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