Peak Fintech Group, Inc.

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The investigation focuses on whether peak issued misleading and/or false statements and/or failed to disclose information pertinent to investors. Peak is the subject of a report which was published by Grizzly Research on October 4, 2021. According to this report, Peak’s acquisition of the Chinese firm Heartbeat was extremely suspicious, especially in regard to the fact that the organization paid by Peak in this transaction was not the registered owner of Heartbeat. It is alleged in this report that the actual owner of Heartbeat reported zero revenues in 2019 and 2020. It is alleged in this report that Peak’s claims about Heartbeat’s financial performance could not be substantiated by factual analysis. Additionally, it is alleged in this report that, in recent fiscal years, Peak inflated its revenue by up to 112%. Shares of Peak fell sharply following the publication of the report.