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Stoneco Ltd Files For Potential Stock Shelf Offering Size Not Disclosed

StoneCo Reports Q2 Adjusted EPS Of R$0.54

Stone Enters Business Combination Agreement With Linx


About StoneCo Ltd

StoneCo Ltd is a provider of financial technology solutions. The Company provides end-to-end, cloud-based technology platform to conduct electronic commerce, across in-store, online and mobile channels. The Company has designed cloud-based technology platform that helps clients to connect, get paid and grow their businesses, while meeting the rapidly changing demands of omni-channel commerce. Its platform enables to develop, host and deploy its solutions quickly. The Company also sells its solutions to integrated partners such as payment service providers (PSPs), which are firms that contract with a merchant to provide them with payment acceptance solutions, and marketplaces to merchants to conduct commerce. It also developed its distribution solution to reach and serve its clients by developing Stone Hubs. StoneHubs are local operations close to its clients that include an integrated team of sales, service, and operations support staff to reach SMBs locally.


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R. Fidencio Ramos

308, 10th floor - Vila Olimpia





Executive Leadership

Andre Street

Independent Chairman of the Board

Augusto Barbosa Estellita Lins


Thiago Dos Santos Piau

Chief Executive Officer

Eduardo Cunha Monnerat Solon De Pontes

Independent Vice Chairman of the Board

Felipe Salvini Bourrus

Chief Technology Officer

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2.64 mean rating - 14 analysts
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Latest News

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Brazil's Totvs extends deadline for proposed Linx tie-up

Brazilian software firm Totvs SA <TOTS3.SA> has extended until Oct. 13 the validity of a tie-up proposal with competitor Linx SA <LINX3.SA>, it said in a securities filing on Friday night.

Brazil's Linx hires BR Partners to advise on potential deal

Brazilian software firm Linx <LINX3.SA> has hired BR Partners to help it analyze acquisition proposals it has received from Totvs <TOTS3.SA> and StoneCo <STNE.O>, who have both entered a bidding war for the company.

UPDATE 2-StoneCo raises bid for Brazil's Linx SA to $1.17 bln

Payments processor StoneCo Ltd on Tuesday raised its bid for Brazilian software company Linx SA by nearly 4% to 6.284 billion reais ($1.17 billion), topping a proposal from software firm Totvs SA last month.

StoneCo raises bid for Brazil's Linx SA

Payments processor StoneCo Ltd on Tuesday raised its bid for Brazilian software company Linx SA to 35.10 reais ($6.52) per share, outbidding Totvs SA . ($1 = 5.3830 reais) (Reporting by Munsif Vengattil in Bengaluru; Editing by Shounak Dasgupta)

UPDATE 3-Brazil software firm Totvs outbids StoneCo for rival Linx with $1.13 bln offer

Brazilian software company Totvs SA on Friday bid 6.1 billion reais ($1.13 billion) to acquire rival Linx SA, challenging a controversial takeover deal struck with payment processor StoneCo Ltd earlier this week.

UPDATE 2-Shares in Brazil's Linx, StoneCo fall after deal announced

Shares in Brazilian software firm Linx SA and card processor StoneCo both fell on Wednesday, erasing part of gains a day after StoneCo said it would buy Linx in a $1.12 billion deal.

StoneCo to buy Brazil software firm Linx for $1.1 billion

Brazilian credit card processor StoneCo <STNE.O> on Tuesday said it would buy software company Linx SA <LINX3.SA> in a 6.04 billion reais ($1.12 billion) stock and cash deal that will transform it into an integrated provider of software and payments.

Card processor StoneCo to merge unit with Brazil's Linx

Card processor StoneCo Ltd said on Tuesday it would merge one of its units with Brazilian retail software company Linx SA.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday: ** British life insurer Prudential said it planned to spin off its U.S. business Jackson to focus on Africa and its largest market Asia, responding to investor pressure for a split.

Brazil's Linx in late-stage deal talks with card processor StoneCo

Retail software company Linx SA said on Tuesday it is in final talks for a merger with card processor StoneCo Ltd through its Brazilian unit.

Brazilian card processor StoneCo lays off 20% of workforce, 1,300 employees

Brazilian card processor StoneCo Ltd <STNE.O> on Tuesday is cutting 20% of its workforce, or 1,300 employees, according to a statement signed by its CEO Thiago Piau, who added that the measure aims to keep the business strong.

Brazilian digital wallet PicPay reaches 20 million customers

Brazilian digital wallet PicPay hit 20 million clients in early May, reaching a goal previously expected for December as social isolation measures to combat the coronavirus accelerates the search for digital financial services, an executive said on Tuesday.

Brazilian card processor Stone lays off 20% of its workforce, 1,300 employees- statement

Brazilian card processor StoneCo Ltd on Tuesday is cutting 20% of its workforce, or 1,300 employees, according to a statement signed by its CEO Thiago Piau.

How housebound Brazil popstars and CEOs caught streaming mania and dominated YouTube

"Calling all the cattle! Our live broadcast is about to begin," Brazilian singer Marilia Mendonca whooped as she kicked off a recent three-and-a-half-hour quarantine performance of 'sertanejo' country music hits from her living room, streamed on YouTube.

UPDATE 1-Brazil opens funding for fintechs through state development bank

Brazil's monetary council on Thursday said the country's fintechs will be able to obtain funding from development bank BNDES, as their usual financing channels have dried up due to coronavirus-linked market tensions.

Brazil's fintechs feel coronavirus sting, in government funding talks

Brazilian financial startups are in talks to obtain funding and possibly new business from development bank BNDES or similar institutions now that their usual financing channels have dried up due to coronavirus-linked market ructions, an industry group said.

Brazil's XP founder calls for a Marshall Plan amid coronavirus - report

Retail brokerage XP Inc's founder and chief executive called on the Brazil's government to launch a Marshall Plan-style program to combat the economic effects of the coronavirus outbreak, according to local newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, citing a Sunday call with other...

Banco do Brasil may reorganize payments business -Valor

Brazilian state-controlled lender Banco do Brasil SA is considering a reorganization of its businesses in the payments segment, Brazilian newspaper Valor Econômico reported on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Itau Unibanco posts higher profit on consumer lending, fees

Brazil's largest lender, Itau Unibanco Holding SA, reported profit on Monday that met analysts' estimate, mainly on consumer credit growth and fees from investment banking and fund management.

UPDATE 1-Japan's Softbank looks for targets among Latam credit startups- manager

Japan's Softbank Group Corp is looking for targets among Latin American lending startups, its country manager in Brazil, Andre Maciel, said on Wednesday.

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