Warren Buffett’s Berkshire makes $500M funding in Brazilian digital financial institution

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire makes $500M funding in Brazilian digital financial institution

Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway's annual assembly in Los Angeles, California. Could 1, 2021.Gerard Miller | CNBCWarren Buffett's Berkshire Hat

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Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual assembly in Los Angeles, California. Could 1, 2021.

Gerard Miller | CNBC

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway made a $500 million funding within the mum or dad firm of Nubank, a privately held digital financial institution primarily based in Brazil, the South American company announced Tuesday.

Nubank, which was based in 2013, made its first look on CNBC’s Disruptor 50 listing earlier this 12 months. The corporate mentioned it has roughly 40 million clients.

The corporate’s CEO instructed The Wall Street Journal that an preliminary public providing is probably going however just isn’t deliberate.

Buffett isn’t any stranger to investing in monetary companies, as conventional banks and insurance coverage firms make up a big portion of Berkshire’s funding portfolio. Nevertheless, Buffett had offered practically all of his stake in Wells Fargo by the tip of the primary quarter, in line with securities filings.

Berkshire’s class B shares had been little modified on Tuesday morning following the announcement. The inventory has risen practically 25% 12 months so far.

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