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Worldline SA (WLN.PA)

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Wed, Feb 19 2020

BRIEF-Worldline FY Revenue 2.38 Billion Euros Up 6.9% Organically

* FY OMDA: EUR 602 MILLION, 25.3% OF REVENUE, UP +240BP ON A COMPARABLE BASIS

Atos to sell a 13% Worldline stake via private placement

PARIS French IT company Atos plans to sell a 13.1% stake in Worldline through a private placement after the payments company agreed to buy French rival Ingenico.

Atos to sell a 13% Worldline stake via private placement

PARIS, Feb 3 French IT company Atos plans to sell a 13.1% stake in Worldline through a private placement after the payments company agreed to buy French rival Ingenico.

Worldline's $8.7 billion Ingenico deal to create European payments leader

PARIS Payments company Worldline agreed on Monday to buy French rival Ingenico in a 7.8 billion euro ($8.7 billion) deal, creating a European leader in a sector trying to keep up with fast-changing consumer habits and technologies.

Worldline's $8.7 billion Ingenico deal to create European payments leader

PARIS Payments company Worldline agreed on Monday to buy French rival Ingenico in a 7.8 billion euro ($8.7 billion) deal, creating a European leader in a sector trying to keep up with fast-changing consumer habits and technologies.

UPDATE 4-Worldline's $8.7 bln Ingenico deal to create European payments leader

* Deal gives implied Ingenico equity value of 7.8 bln euros (Adds details on Ingenico card terminals review, industry)

Breakingviews - Worldline’s latest deal stretches payments fervour

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Gilles Grapinet is testing financial credulity in pursuit of scale. Less than two years after shelling out 2.3 billion euros for the payments arm of Switzerland’s SIX, the chief executive of Paris-listed Worldline is offering 7.8 billion euros for French rival Ingenico. The deal would catapult the company into the top five global payment processors. But shareholders risk being stuck with dour financial returns.

Worldline agrees to buy Ingenico and create new European payments leader

PARIS, Feb 3 Payments company Worldline said it had agreed to buy French peer Ingenico, in a deal which the companies said would create the fourth-biggest payments company in the world and a new European champion in the sector.

France's Atos to sell part of minority stake in payments company Worldline

French technology company Atos said it would sell part of its minority stake in payments group Worldline with the disposal of around 1.2 billion euros ($1.33 billion) worth of shares.

France's Atos to sell part of minority stake in payments company Worldline

French technology company Atos said it would sell part of its minority stake in payments group Worldline with the disposal of around 1.2 billion euros worth of shares.

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