Adyen


Deserves a fairer valuation highlighting its capital efficiency

07/10/21 -"Through the NAV, we intend to value Adyen’s super-efficient business model via its ROCE. Indeed, we believe that Adyen’s very light business model needs a proper valuation to highlight its very low ..."

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47
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English
Published on
07/10/21
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