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Worldline SA

WLN.PA

Latest Trade

74.00EUR

Change

0.78(+1.07%)

Volume

378,442

Today's Range

73.64

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74.62

52 Week Range

36.36

 - 

82.66

As of on the Euronext Paris ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
73.22
Open
74.34
Volume
378,442
3M AVG Volume
12.97
Today's High
74.62
Today's Low
73.64
52 Week High
82.66
52 Week Low
36.36
Shares Out (MIL)
182.96
Market Cap (MIL)
13,427.83
Forward P/E
44.96
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q3 2020 Worldline SA Corporate Sales Release

Latest Developments

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Worldline And Unwire Join Forces For Digital Payment Technology In Transportation

Worldline Says Its Tender Offer For Ingenico Should Close Around October 15

Ingenico Group: Opening Of Worldline's Tender Offer

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About Worldline SA

Worldline SA, formerly Atos Worldline SAS, is a France-based company providing payment and transaction services. The Company creates and operates digital platforms which handle all transactions between companies, their partners and customers. Its solutions are divided into three segments: Merchant Services & Terminals, comprising services, solutions and implementation in the areas of payment terminals, multichannel payment acceptance, non-cash payments, private label cards, loyalty services and e-commerce; Mobility & eTransactional Services, engaged in creation of digital products such as e-tickets, e-government collection platforms, and contact and consumer cloud platforms, among others; and Financial Processing & Software Licensing, which provides payment processing, acquiring and issuing processing, online banking solutions, and software solutions. The Company is active internationally through subsidiaries such as, Worldline Euro SA, Santeos SA, Worldline BV, among others.

Industry

Consumer Financial Services

Contact Info

River Ouest, 80 Quai Voltaire

95870

France

+33.1.73260000

https://worldline.com/

Executive Leadership

Gilles Grapinet

Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Director

Marc-Henri Desportes

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Eric Heurtaux

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Christophe Duquenne

Chief Technology Officer and Director of the Merchant Services & Terminals, Member of the Executive Committee

Charles-Henri De Taffin

General Counsel, Legal & Compliance, Member of the Executive Committee

Key Stats

2.11 mean rating - 18 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

1.6K

2018

1.7K

2019

2.4K

2020(E)

2.3K
EPS (EUR)

2017

1.080

2018

1.120

2019

1.630

2020(E)

1.618
Price To Earnings (TTM)
61.14
Price To Sales (TTM)
5.79
Price To Book (MRQ)
4.09
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
31.40
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
71.21
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
67.85
Return on Investment (TTM)
4.56
Return on Equity (TTM)
3.09

Latest News

Latest News

Worldline $9.2 billion Ingenico deal may need EU concessions: sources

French payments company Worldline's 7.8 billion euro ($9.23 billion) bid for Ingenico may require concessions to gain European Union antitrust regulator approval, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.

EU sets Sept. 16 deadline for decision on $9.2 bln Worldline, Ingenico deal

EU antitrust regulators will decide by Sept. 16 whether to clear French payments company Worldline's 7.8-billion-euro ($9.23 billion) buy of rival Ingenico to create a European leader.

SIX sells part of Worldline stake to help fund BME takeover

Swiss financial infrastructure group SIX has sold a 6% stake in payments company Worldline <WLN.PA> for 675 million euros ($731 million) to help fund its planned takeover of Spanish exchange operator BME <BME.MC>, SIX said on Tuesday.

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

IN BRIEF: Cleary, Latham advise Worldline on $8.7 bln Ingenico buy

French payments company Worldline on Monday said it had tapped Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and Latham & Watkins to advise on its agreement to buy local rival Ingenico for 7.8 billion euro ($8.7 billion), a deal that creates a European leader in a sector trying to keep...

Atos to sell a 13% Worldline stake via private placement

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

Payments company Worldline agreed on Monday to buy French rival Ingenico <INGC.PA> 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.

Breakingviews - Worldline’s latest deal stretches payments fervour

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...

BRIEF-SIX: supports Worldline's offer to buy Ingenico, will remain committed to Worldline

* SIX INTENDS TO COMMIT TO A NEW LOCK-UP EFFECTIVE UPON CLOSING OF TRANSACTION (EXPECTED IN Q3 2020) UNTIL END H1 2021 AS EVIDENCE OF ITS FULL SUPPORT TO CONTEMPLATED STRATEGIC TRANSACTION WITH INGENICO

Worldline agrees to buy Ingenico and create new European payments leader

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 <ATOS.PA> said it would sell part of its minority stake in payments group Worldline <WLN.PA> with the disposal of around 1.2 billion euros ($1.33 billion) worth of shares.

French group Atos to sell part of minority stake in payments company Worldline

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

Worldline debt issue takes negative yields to new frontiers

French payments company Worldline broke new territory this week by issuing some of the most negative-yielding debt on record in Europe, showing the levels of market distortion caused by central bank stimulus.

Shares in European payments companies rise on Worldpay takeover

Shares in European payments technology companies such as Worldline, Ingenico and Wirecard all rose on Monday, buoyed by Fidelity National Information Services's $35 billion takeover of Worldpay.

Shares in European payments companies rise on Worldpay takeover

Shares in European payments technology companies such as Worldline, Ingenico and Wirecard all rose on Monday, buoyed by Fidelity National Information Services's $35 billion takeover of Worldpay.

Atos to pay investors with 23.4 percent stake in subsidiary Worldline

French IT services company Atos SE plans to give investors a special payout in the form of 23.4 percent of shares in its listed payments subsidiary Worldline SA, it said on Wednesday.

Atos to distribute 23.4 pct stake in Worldline to its shareholders

French IT services company Atos SE said on Wednesday it plans to distribute 23.4 percent stake in subsidiary Worldline SA to shareholders of the parent company.

BRIEF-Ile-De-France Mobilites Chooses Worldline And Conduent Consortium To Build Central System Of “Smart Navigo”

* ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT ILE-DE-FRANCE MOBILITES CHOSE THE WORLDLINE AND CONDUENT CONSORTIUM TO BUILD THE CENTRAL SYSTEM OF THE “SMART NAVIGO” (ILE-DE-FRANCE TRANSPORT PASS)

UPDATE 1-France's Worldline to process payments for Commerzbank

Worldline, a French payment services company, said on Monday its subsidiary equensWorldline formed a strategic partnership with German bank Commerzbank AG for processing payments.

Worldline's $2.75 billion deal for SIX Payment Services sets stage for more consolidation

Worldline's <WLN.PA> $2.75 billion deal to buy the payments unit of Swiss exchange operator SIX Group, announced on Tuesday, could herald more consolidation in the industry, SIX's chairman told Reuters.

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