• Euro Asia Pay Holdings (EAP) has changed its name to Hero Innovation Group Inc”
  • The company’s trading symbol on the CSE will change from “EAP” to “HRO”
  • The company’s shares will start trading under the new name and symbol on or about June 10, 2022
  • The name change reflects the company’s growth and innovation towards serving its customers better
  • Hero Innovation Group Inc is a financial technology company
  • Hero Innovation Group Inc (formerly Euro Asia Pay Holdings Inc) ended the day trading at $0.09 per share

Euro Asia Pay Holdings (EAP) has changed its corporate name to Hero Innovation Group Inc.”

As a result of this, the company’s trading symbol on the Canadian Securities Exchange will change from “EAP” to “HRO”.

Peter MacKay, CEO of Hero Innovation Group sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.

“Our company is at the forefront of fintech innovation. Hero is the new name, but our mission and purpose of empowering the younger generation of consumers with meaningful tools as they embark on their financial independence journey remain the same.”

The company expects its common shares to commence trading under the new name and symbol on or about June 10, 2022.

The name change reflects the company’s growth and innovation towards delivering innovative financial solutions for the next generation of consumers whose parents demand safety, security and peace of mind while promoting financial literacy for the future.

Since 2017 when it was established in 2017, Hero Innovation Group Inc has been continually diversifying its products and services to address specific unmet needs of the youth demographic.

At the same time, it is delivering a unique service to the North American market with its flagship brands – Hero Financials & SideKick.

Hero Innovation Group Inc is a financial technology company which provides payment solutions for the international student market. 

Hero Innovation Group Inc (formerly Euro Asia Pay Holdings Inc) ended the day trading at $0.09 per share.

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