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Nets Sold for $5.30 Billion

In what is the 21st merger & acquisition transaction involving card processors in Europe this year, Europe’s fourth largest merchant acquirer ranked by transactions processed, Nets, has received an offer to be sold to a consortium of private equity firms for a market capitalization of $5.30 billion. U.S.-based Hellman & Friedman led the group, which included private equity firm GIC based in Singapore, as well as existing Nets stakeholders Advent International and Bain Capital. The $5.30-billion price is a 27% premium over Net’s share price on Nasdaq Copenhagen. Advent, Bain, and...

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October 2017
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Payment Cards in Circulation Worldwide 2016

Investments & Acquisitions-August 2017

Acceptance Locations for Global Brands 2016

Global General Purpose Cards Midyear 2017 vs. Midyear 2016

Purchase Transactions on Global General Purpose Cards Midyear 2017

Largest 150 Acquirers Worldwide 2016

Merger & Acquisition Activity Among European Processors 2017