Three months have passed since Wirecard’s implosion, and while authorities continue to piece together exactly how much of the German payments processor actually existed, EMEA investors might be wondering: who will replace Wirecard, and how can I buy that company’s stock? The Netherlands plays host to a number of apparent alternatives. For one, there’s Adyen, the Amsterdam-based payments provider. Adyen is a publicly traded stock, and its share price is up a teeth-grinding 112% this year. There’s also fellow Amsterdam native Mollie, which just reached unicorn status with its latest $106 million funding round. Mollie is still a private company,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Fintech
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