Can anything stop iFAST share price? As a fintech company, the history of iFAST is certainly intriguing. The company started life as fundsupermart.com during the dot.com bubble in 2000. The SARS of 2003 and the Great Financial Crisis in 2008 had almost destroyed the business but somehow the company managed to survive. The current COVID-19 pandemic is actually the third crisis for the fintech company but iFAST share price has been rather buoyant instead.
With a market capitalization of only $350 million, iFAST is considered a small cap in SGX mainboard. But considering the minimum debts it has and the aggressive growth strategies, iFAST share price had managed to punch above its weight in recent years.
Of late, iFAST share price has been in the limelight, presumably because it is one of the nine digital wholesale bank (DWB) applicants to progress to the next stage of assessment by