Showcased here are deal toys from the banking, financial, and fintech sectors. In addition, you’ll see custom commemoratives marking fund closings, venture capital financings, earnings records, and bell ringing ceremonies and other exchange milestones.

Fintech Financing Deal Toy

Custom crystal deal toy commemorating Series B financing for ClickSwitch. The Minnesota-based firm provides technology that facilitates the switch between direct deposits and recurring payments for account holders at banks and other financial institutions.

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Invesco Diamond-Shaped Crystal Deal Toy

Diamond-shaped deal toy marking the acquisition by Invesco of Oppenheimer Funds.

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Diamond-shaped financial tombstone commemorating the acquisition of investment manager OppenheimerFunds by Invesco.

Piggy Bank-Themed Custom Crystal

Piggy bank-themed custom crystal the launch of Personal Capital Cash. A partnership between Kansas City, Missouri-based UMB Financial Corporation and fintech firm Personal Cash, the service offers new high-yield accounts.

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NASDAQ Sale Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy marking the sale by NASDAQ of BWise, a risk and compliance software platform.

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Graph-Themed Lucite Tombstone

Back view of Lucite tombstone marking the acquisition of Sheridan Road Financial, an institutional retirement consulting and private wealth firm.

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Financial tombstone recognizing the acquisition by Chicago-based insurance brokerage firm Hub International of Sheridan Road Financial, a retirement consulting and private wealth firm.

Office Clipboard-Themed Tombstone

Custom Lucite tombstone marking the sale by Aegon NV of its insurance businesses in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

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Custom Lucite for Fund Launch

Custom Lucite celebrating the successful launch by UBS Asset Management of its second infrastructure debt fund.

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Custom Lucite tombstone recognizing the successful launch of UBS's Archmore Infrastructure Debt Platform II.

Fund Closing Commemorative Crystal

Custom crystal marking the close by PeakSpan Capital of its second fund. .

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Mountain-themed custom crystal celebrating the close of PeakSpan's second fund. The Burlingame, California-based venture firm focused on growth-stage software companies.