Kakao Pay, which will start trading next week, hopes become the go-to place for financial services with a broad range of offerings, from insurance to investment advisory.
Mobile payment service provider Kakao Pay is likely to face difficulties in pursuing its initial public offering (IPO) next month as planned.
Kakao’s mobile payment service Kakao Pay is preparing to go public by the first half of next year confirmed the company's spokesperson on Monday.
Kakao Pay is set to mine your personal data and incentivize you with conditioning to live better with its newly introduced securities account.
More than two million accounts have been opened with Kakao Pay Securities since the new brokerage was established in February, the mobile securities firm said Monday.