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Nets/Concardis Merger in Europe

Nets, the 4th largest merchant acquirer in Europe, will merge with Concardis, Europe’s 33rd largest acquirer. Concardis shareholders will exchange their shares for shares in privately held Nets. The merger creates a business with approximately $560 million (€500 million) of EBITDA and $1.53 billion (€1.30 billion) of annual net revenue. Nets and Concardis will retain their respective brands. Nets went private in 2017 when it was purchased by a consortium including U.S.-based Hellman & Friedman, Singapore-based GIC, Advent International, and Bain Capital. The price was $5.30 billio...

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June 2018
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Asia–Pacific Market Shares of Purchase Volume

Investments & Acquisitions—May 2018

Asia–Pacific Market Shares of Purchase Transactions by Brand

Asia–Pacific General Purpose Cards 2017 vs. 2016

U.S. Visa/Mastercard Credit Card Issuers–Third 50 2017

Purchases at Merchants on U.S. General Purpose Cards

Purchase Volume at Merchants 2017—General Purpose Credit, Debit, and Prepaid Cards Issued in the U.S.

Year-Over-Year Growth/Decline in Purchase Volume on Cards Issued in Asia–Pacific