Britain’s rivalry watchdog said that $2.2 billion takeovers of Paypal Holdings of Swedish financial technology startup iZettle would be mentioned for an in-depth review. The Competition and Markets Authority said Paypal had denied offering proposals to direct its concerns on how Paypal’s biggest ever deal, could hurt race and could lead to higher prices for the customers, or worse quality of service.

The regulator had also snoozed concerns based on the competition in the rising market for “omnichannel” payment services as a result of the union.

Paypal’s charge of iZettle, which would permit the US payments processor to extend into the retail payment of business terminals in an international market, closed in September. The deadline for an ultimate decision on the matter is 21st May of 2019. Paypal was not urgently available for a comment about US markets are shuttered to mark former President George HW Bush’s death.

Established in 2010, iZettle is one of the biggest fintech startups to raise from Europe, and one of a strand of successful endeavour-backed companies to raise from Sweden in the past decade or more.

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