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(Bloomberg) — Marqeta Inc., an online card and payment processing company, rose as much as 21% in its trading debut after raising $1.23 billion in an initial public offering priced above a marketed range.
Shares of the Oakland, California-based company were up 11.4% to $30.09 at 3:41 p.m. Wednesday in New York trading, giving it a market value of about $16 billion. Diluted to include holdings such as stock options, Marqeta’s value rises to more than $16.7 billion.
Marqeta sold 45.5 million shares for $27 apiece on Tuesday after marketing them for $20 to $24.
Founded in 2010 by PropertyBridge co-founder Jason Gardner, Marqeta offers physical and virtual debit, credit and prepaid cards.
Its IPO follows a wave of listings in the past year by financial technology businesses.
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