Synchronity Holdings has filed paperwork with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that would give it access to financial records for over 1,000 financial products including its credit card debt and equity holdings, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Synchronys filing was first reported by Bloomberg.
Synchroys is the world’s largest financial technology company and has more than 80,000 employees worldwide.
The filing comes amid a growing scrutiny of Synchronies debt, which has been a source of concern for investors.
Synclys announced last week that it was filing for bankruptcy protection.
Synchoys reported its first-quarter earnings on Oct. 28 and said it expects to report its second-quarter results on Nov. 13.
Synchromys shares fell 3.5% to $14.85 in afternoon trading.