STOCKHOLM, March 16 (Reuters) - Swedish payments firm Trustly on Tuesday reported a 42% growth in revenue in 2020, helped by a surge in digital transactions during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company is planning a second-quarter flotation that could value it at up to 9 billion euros ($11 billion), people close to the matter had earlier told Reuters.
Net revenue for the year rose here to 1.97 billion Swedish krona ($231.85 million) while processed transaction volume rose 43% to 190.1 billion krona.
Founded in 2008 and majority owned by Nordic Capital, Trustly counts PayPal, TransferWise and Facebook among its customers. ($1 = 8.5141 Swedish crowns) (Reporting by Supantha Mukherjee in Stockholm; editing by Colm Fulton)