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Brazil's Cielo approves share buyback program of up to 2.595.332 shares - filing
Brazil Antitrust Watchdog Cade Suspends Agreement Between Facebook And Cielo For WhatsApp Digital Payments- Statement
Brazil's Cielo Says 70% Of The Country's Retailers Are Operating- CEO
Cielo SA, formerly Companhia Brasileira de Meios de Pagamento, is a Brazil-based company that provides services related to credit cards and other payment methods. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Capturing and processing of transactions, which acquires and processes credit and debit card transactions and other means of payment, as well as offers accreditation of merchants and related services, and Management of payment accounts, which manages transactions related to credit and debit card usage. In addition, the Company offers rental, installation and maintenance of point of sale (POS) terminals and recharge of prepaid phones through POS, among others. It provides services to various credit and debit card issuers, such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Elo. The Company operates through a number of subsidiaries, including Servinet Servicos Ltda, Cielo USA Inc and Multidisplay Comercio e Servicos Tecnologicos SA, among others.
Consumer Financial Services
Alameda Graja?, 219, Alphaville
Marcelo de Araujo Noronha
Chairman of the Board
Paulo Rogerio Caffarelli
Chief Executive Officer
Marcelo Augusto D. Labuto
Vice Chairman of the Board
Gustavo Henrique Santos de Sousa
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Danilo Aleixo Caffaro
Executive Vice President of Products and Business, Executive Officer
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Brazilian antitrust watchdog Cade on Tuesday said it was revoking its previous decision suspending Facebook Inc's recently launched WhatsApp payments messaging service in partnership with card processor Cielo SA.
Brazilian antitrust watchdog Cade on Tuesday said it was revoking a previous decision suspending a payments system recently launched by Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messaging service in partnership with card processor Cielo SA.
Facebook Inc and card acquirer Cielo SA have asked Brazil's antitrust watchdog Cade to reverse the suspension of an agreement they struck paving the way for WhatsApp to roll out a new payments system, according to a document.
Shares in Brazilian payments company Cielo SA plunged almost 10% on Wednesday, a day after the nation's central bank and anti-trust regulator effectively blocked the launch of a new system that would allow WhatsApp users to send money via chats.
Brazilian payments company Cielo SA said that the country's central bank and antitrust watchdog have suspended its operation with Whatsapp, as announced by regulators earlier on Tuesday.
Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messaging service rolled out a system across Brazil on Monday that will allow users to send money to individuals or local businesses within a chat, attaching payments as they would a photo or video.
Brazilian card services company Cielo SA missed estimates with a 69% drop in net income for the first quarter.
Brazil's largest payments processor Cielo SA will seek to reverse a fall in profits throughout this year, Chief Executive Officer Paulo Caffarelli told journalists on Tuesday.
Brazil's largest card processing firm Cielo said net profit dropped 68% to 242.4 million reais ($58 million) in the fourth quarter of 2019 as a result of increased competition in the industry, according to a securities filing late on Monday.
Brazil's Cielo SA <CIEL3.SA> is considering potential mergers and acquisitions to consolidate its card-processing business, Chief Executive Paulo Caffarelli told reporters on Wednesday, ruling out reports that the company was in talks over a sale to rival StoneCo Ltd <STNE.O...
Brazil's Cielo SA has been shortlisted to form a joint venture with state-controlled bank Caixa Economica Federal, the card processor's CEO told journalists on Wednesday.
Brazil's largest card processor Cielo SA reported lower-than-expected net income in the third quarter on Tuesday, as the company sacrificed profitability for volumes as it fights off new competition.
Brazil's largest card processor Cielo SA posted on Tuesday a lower-than-expected net income in the third quarter, as the company sacrificed profitability for volumes.
Brazil payment processor Cielo SA said on Monday that it will launch digital banking services in October, joining a growing group of companies challenging the country's long-established bric and mortar banks.
Banco do Brasil SA is not considering selling its stake in Cielo SA, the state-controlled lender's chief executive of said on Thursday, sending shares of the card processor down more than 2%.
State-controlled Brazilian lender Banco do Brasil SA said on Monday it is not in talks to sell its stake in card processor Cielo SA, according to a securities filing.
Shares in the Brazilian card processor Cielo SA rose more than 15% on Thursday after newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo reported Banco do Brasil SA was considering selling its stake in the company.
Brazilian card processor Cielo SA would be more competitive if it had its own sources of funding to finance merchants, company Chief Executive Paulo Caffarelli told journalists on Wednesday.
Brazilian card processor Cielo SA <CIEL3.SA> on Tuesday posted a 33% drop in second-quarter profit from a year earlier, missing analysts' estimates, as operating expenses surged and revenues fell amid fierce competition in the sector.
Brazilian card processor Cielo SA on Tuesday posted a 33.3% drop in second-quarter profit from a year earlier, missing analysts' estimates, as operating expenses surged.
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