Third time's the charm?

The State Of Play As Interswitch’s Perennially Postponed IPO Lies In Limbo

By  |  September 23, 2021

It’s November 2019 and it all seems to be coming together for Interswitch, finally.

Having earned its stripes since 2002 as the pioneer fintech company behind the rails and infrastructure that powers digital financial transactions in Nigeria and beyond, Interswitch is finally set for a big 'next step' that had eluded it once before: Going public. But the unexpected happened and it suddenly came out of left field.

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