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.

Credit Card-Themed Lucite Tombstone

Custom Lucite tombstone commemorating notes issued by Visa International. The financial services company is based in Foster City, California.

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Wine Bottle-Themed Deal Toy

Wine bottle-themed deal toy marking the sale by GE Capital of its Australia and New Zealand consumer finance business. The sale was made to a consortium comprised of Varde Partners, Deustche Bank, and KKR.

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Payment Processor Deal Tombstone

Deal tombstone marking the acquisition of Munich, Germany-based payments processor PAY.ON. Acquirer, Florida-based ACI Worldwide, is a provider of e-payment and banking solutions.

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Bridge Loan Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking a bridge loan for AES Dominicana, the largest power company in the Dominican Republic.

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Real Estate Loan Portfolio Tombstone

Custom tombstone marking the acquisition of a commercial property loan portfolio. Acquisition  of the Project Poseidon portfolio was made by a consortium formed by Goldman Sachs, CarVal Investors, and Bank of Ireland.

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Wine-Themed Deal Tombstone

Wine-themed deal toy marking the acquisition of tax compliance and reporting firm ShipCompliant. Based in Boulder, Colorado, ShipCompliant specializes in compliance solutions for the alcoholic beverage industry.

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Virginia-Themed Custom Lucite

Custom Lucite commemorating a public offering of stock by MainStreet Bank. Based in Fairfax, Virginia, the bank also operates branches in Herndon, Fairfax City, McLean, and Clarendon.

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Worldpay IPO Deal Toy

Lucite deal toy celebrating the London-based initial public offering of payments processor Worldpay. The fintech firm handles transactions via cards, mobile devices, and the internet.

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Private Bank Tombstone

Lucite tombstone marking a transaction involving LGT Bank. The Liechtenstein-based private bank is headquartered in Vaduz.

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