Investors lap up latest Adyen block

Shares in Adyen, the Dutch payments technology company, were eagerly taken up by investors during a €309m block trade on Thursday evening sold by its founders.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 23 Aug 2019

The trade was launched at just before 5pm UK time by bookrunners JP Morgan, which has been on every Adyen trade since IPO, and Goldman Sachs.

The company’s CEO Pieter van der Does and CTO Arnout Schuijff, both co-founders, were the sellers on the sale of ...

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