The corporate has a 44% stake in growth equity fund AP Ventures, which plans to invest more than $30m in a total of five or six portfolio companies.

Australia-based digital payment technology and consumer credit provider Afterpay has launched an unlisted public investment partnership called AP Ventures, Australian Financial Review reported on Monday. The corporate owns a 44% stake in AP Ventures, which has more than 100 shareholders including private equity groups Thorney and ICM. AP Ventures will invest more than A$10m ($6m)…

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