As of the last check, UP Fintech Holding Limited (TIGR) shares were up 16.48%, trading at $10.32 in pre-market trading. In Monday’s session, TIGR’s stock gained 2.31% to close at $8.86. The number of shares traded remained at 5.65 million, which was lower than the daily average of 9.62 million shares over the past 50 days. In the last week, TIGR shares have risen by 14.03%, and they have gained 75.10% over the last 12 months.
In the past three months, TIGR shares have lost -39.02%, while in the past six months, they have lost -58.40%. Additionally, UP Fintech has a market capitalization of $1.38 billion and 144.36 million shares outstanding. TIGR stock has surged premarket session after a deal for acquisition has been approved.
What has TIGR been acquiring?
UP Fintech is a leading internet-based broker that targets global investors. TIGR’s exclusive versatile and web based exchanging stage empowers investors to exchange values and other monetary instruments on various trades all throughout the planet. TIGR offers inventive items and administrations just as a better client experience than clients through its “mobile first” strategy, which empowers it to all the more likely serve and hold current clients just as draw in new ones.
UP Fintech offers clients complete business and worth added administrations, including exchange request situation and execution, edge financing, IPO membership, ESOP the executives, investor education, local area conversation and client service. TIGR’s restrictive framework and cutting edge innovation can uphold exchanges across different monetary forms, numerous business sectors, various items, numerous execution scenes and different clearinghouses.
UP Fintech today declared that it has gotten endorsement from The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (“SFC”) to finish the acquisition of Ocean Joy Securities Limited (“OJSL”). It is authorized to manage Type I transactions which are related to deal in Securities and Type II transactions to deal in Futures Contracts with the SFC. TIGR hopes to conclude the procurement and, upon consummation, hopes to begin to work its brokerage business in Hong Kong.
US-listed Chinese internet based brokers Futu Holding and UP Fintech has been confronting administrative dangers as China’s new close to home information protection law will start producing results on Nov. 1, reported Reuters in an article referring to sources.
Brokerage firms which help mainland China people put resources into abroad securities exchanges, for example, in the United States and Hong Kong, could disregard information protection rules and furthermore run consistence hazards.
China will execute the Personal Information Protection Law from Nov. 1, supplementing the Data Security Law in directing the internet and protecting public safety.
Why the Chinese government is worried?
Businesses like Futu and UP Fintech (TIGR) don’t have mainland China brokerage licenses, yet Chinese residents can open records online subsequent to submitting individual data identified with ID cards, bank cards and tax records, the article said. Chinese government was worried about where does such firms store personal data after collecting it from customers?”