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Vantiv and Worldpay Consider Merging

The largest U.S. merchant acquirer ranked by card transactions processed hopes to take over Europe’s second largest merchant acquirer in a transaction valued at $11.74 billion (£9.10 billion) in cash and shares. That would be a premium of $1.60 billion above Worldpay’s market capitalization. U.S.-based Vantiv’s shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). U.K.-based Worldpay’s shares trade on the London Stock Exchange. So far, the companies have agreed to key terms of a possible merger and have begun the process of mutual due diligence. If the transaction closes, shares of the ...

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July 2017
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Europe General Purpose Cards 2016 vs. 2015

Year-Over-Year Growth/Decline in Purchase Volume on Cards Issued in Europe 2000-2016

Prepaid Cards in the U.S. 2016

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U.S. Visa & Mastercard Commercial Cards-Purchase Volume 2016