Opera is expanding beyond its web web web browser company.
Browser manufacturer Opera’s expansion into money-lending solutions in Kenya, India and Nigeria evidently violates Bing’s guidelines against short-term loans, a written report from research and investment company Hindenburg Research concluded. The headlines has pressed Opera’s stock 22% reduced since a move that should help Hindenburg make money because it bet that the company’s share price would fall wednesday.
The Hindenburg report provides types of Opera’s “predatory short-term lending” apps — OKash and OPesa in Kenya, CashBean in Asia and OPay in Nigeria — providing loans which can be because quick as 15 times. The report additionally cited a statement from opera chief financial officer frode fleten jacobsen, who said the company’s average loan length was about two weeks november. Continua a leggere