Worldline is the largest European player in payment services and the fourth largest player worldwide. Worldline provides its clients with sustainable, trusted and secure solutions across the payment value chain and offers best-in-class payment services ranging from POS, online payments, omnichannel solutions to issuing & acquiring and digital banking to nearly one million merchants and 1,200 banks and financial institutions. With 20,000 employees and powered by the dedication of some of the brightest talents in the payments industry, Worldline is shaping new ways of paying, living and doing business.
Today, Ingenico Group, Nets Group, Nexi, and Worldline are announcing the launch of an EU advocacy alliance bringing together Europe’s leading independent payment services providers. The “European Digital Payments Industry Alliance” (EDPIA)’s vision is for Europe to become a global leader in digital payments, which can fuel the completion of the Digital Single Market for the benefit of consumers, businesses and the public sector. It will do so by engaging in EU policy discussions impacting the EU payments sector, and by helping bring instant, secure and frictionless payments closer to EU citizens, businesses, and public bodies.
The incorporation of contactless payments within electric vehicle charging will avoid additional requirements for using this service and will make the network of rapid chargers more universal
Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) announced that its 2019 Universal Registration Document was filed with the French Financial Market Authority (AMF) on April 24, 2020.
Resilient Q1’20 despite the first Covid-19 impacts.
Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING), the global leader in seamless payments, today announced that the publication of its Q1’20 revenue will be held on April 22nd, 2020 (versus April 28th, 2020 previously) and the postponement of its Annual General Meeting to June 11th, 2020 (versus May 26th, 2020 previously).
Réduction des moyens alloués au contrat de liquidité
Par avenant en date du 16 mars 2020, Ingenico Group SA a décidé d’effectuer un retrait partiel de 8.637.271 (huit millions six cent trente-sept mille deux cent soixante et onze) euros des moyens alloués au contrat de liquidité AMAFI signé avec Rothschild Martin Maurel le 14 janvier 2019 et entré en vigueur le 1er janvier 2019 (le « Contrat de Liquidité »). Les autres conditions restent inchangées.