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SBI Holdings Inc (8473.T)

8473.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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About

SBI Holdings, Inc. is a financial company. The Company operates in three business segments. The Financial Service segment is engaged in the provision of financial products and related services focusing on securities, banks and insurance. The Asset Management segment operates and manages investment partnerships, investing in... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.39
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥619,068.12
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 236.56
Dividend: 75.00
Yield (%): 3.63

Financials

  8473.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 12.67 10.07 21.14
EPS (TTM): 206.54 -- --
ROI: 4.02 3.00 0.32
ROE: 11.88 10.22 16.45

Japan's SoftBank chases more deals with Mexican startups

MEXICO CITY Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is in advanced talks to invest in Mexican used car platform Kavak and financial technology firm Konfio, several people familiar with the matter said, underscoring the company's interest in Mexico as it pours money into Latin America.

09 Aug 2019

Japan's SoftBank chases more deals with Mexican startups

MEXICO CITY Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is in advanced talks to invest in Mexican used car platform Kavak and financial technology firm Konfio, several people familiar with the matter said, underscoring the company's interest in Mexico as it pours money into Latin America.

09 Aug 2019

Japan's SoftBank chases more deals with Mexican startups

MEXICO CITY, Aug 9 Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is in advanced talks to invest in Mexican used car platform Kavak and financial technology firm Konfio, several people familiar with the matter said, underscoring the company's interest in Mexico as it pours money into Latin America.

09 Aug 2019

Japan's SoftBank makes bet to challenge Brazil's concentrated banking sector

(Corrects Reuters Instrument Code in first line of this July 10 story.)

11 Jul 2019

CORRECTED-Japan's SoftBank makes bet to challenge Brazil's concentrated banking sector

SAO PAULO, July 10 Japan's SoftBank Group Corp has led a $231 million new financing round for Brazilian lending platform Creditas, valuing it at $750 million and funding a future expansion to other Latin American countries, Sergio Furio, the founder of Creditas, said.

11 Jul 2019

SoftBank's Vision Fund to borrow $4 billion against stakes in Uber and two others: FT

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30 May 2019

SoftBank's Vision Fund to borrow $4 billion against stakes in Uber and two others - FT

SoftBank's Vision Fund is looking to borrow $4 billion (£3.2 billion) against its stakes in Uber Technologies Inc, soon-to-go-public Slack Technologies Inc, and blood-testing company Guardant Health Inc, the Financial Times reported, citing people directly involved in the deal.

30 May 2019

SoftBank's Vision Fund to borrow $4 bln against stakes in Uber and two others - FT

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30 May 2019

SoftBank leads funding round for Berlin travel startup GetYourGuide

FRANKFURT Berlin travel startup GetYourGuide said on Thursday it had raised nearly $500 million from investors led by SoftBank's Vision Fund to expand its online offering of tours and activities that has won a following among millennials.

16 May 2019

SoftBank leads funding round for Berlin travel startup GetYourGuide

* GetYourGuide has sold 25 mln tickets for tours and activities

16 May 2019
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