Prisma Medios de Pago

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Prisma Medios de Pago focuses on generating multi-brand and multi-platform solutions for processing and payment methods. The company's products are designed to facilitate the management of transactions in all the channels of activity and are backed by robust and reliable platforms and a team of professionals with extensive experience in the field.

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The Complete List of Latin American Unicorns [Updated 2020]

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Creditas processes 800 thousand loan application requests during first half of the year

2 years ago

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Prisma Medios de Pago Unexpectedly Becomes Argentina’s Newest Unicorn

2 years ago

Contxto – Last Tuesday, Argentina welcomed its newest unicorn after Advent International announced that they will be acquiring Prisma Medios de Pago. It all started two years ago when Argentina’s National Commissionfor the Defense of Competition requested the divestment of thecompany based on “abuse of dominant position“. As a result, Argentina’s Secretary of Economic Policy, Miguel Braun, […]

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