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# worldpay wächst eher langsam
# eps / Gewinn je Aktie geht analog mit Umsatzsteigerung mit nach oben
# läuft unspektakulär nach Norden

..... so wie es sein soll :lick: :lick:

worldpay läuft und läuft !

# von 2018 bis 2022e fast eine Verdoppelung des Gewinn/Aktie
# ordentliche Umsatzzuwächse erwartet
# usw

Quelle: finanzen.net

tja - und Charttechnisch

# läuft und läuft :lick:
# MACD könnte gerade wieder von unten nach oben anschieben, wenn alles gut läuft

Quelle: https://www.tradingview.com
Worldpay Becomes First Acquirer to Enable Amazon Pay

Teaming up with Amazon provides customers seamless and consistent checkout experiences and merchants with growth opportunities.

LAS VEGAS, March 20, 2019 – Worldpay, Inc. (NYSE: WP; LSE: WPY) today announced it has teamed up with Amazon, making Worldpay the first acquirer enabling Amazon Pay for its merchants. Through this relationship, Worldpay merchants that accept payments in the United States can utilize Amazon Pay, providing an expedited, consistent and seamless online checkout experience.



Wurde worldpay deswegen übernommen ?

Historische Daten von worldpay: https://www.mobilepayment.digital/worldpay-kennzahlen

In meinem wikifolio momentan die Position mit dem größten Plus :)
Falls jemand Interesse hat :)

Worldpay Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2018 Results
Umsatzwachstum 2017 => 2018: +85%

adjusted EBIDTA 2017 => 2018: +86%

:) :laugh:

Worldpay Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2018 Results

CINCINNATI and LONDON, Feb. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Worldpay, Inc. (NYSE: WP, LSE: WPY) ("Worldpay" or the "Company") today announced financial results for the fourth quarter and full-year ended December 31, 2018. Worldpay, Inc. was formed on January 16, 2018 through Vantiv, Inc.'sacquisition of Worldpay Group plc. Net revenue for the Company increased 85% in the fourth quarter to $1,050 million as compared to $569 million in Vantiv, Inc.'s prior year period. Had the Company's acquisition of Worldpay Group plc closed on January 1, 2017, net revenue would have increased by 9% on a pro forma basis and by 10% on a pro forma constant currency basis, when excluding $6 million in foreign exchange headwinds. On a GAAP basis, net income per diluted share attributable to Worldpay, Inc. increased to $0.36 as compared to $(0.37) in the prior year period. Adjusted net income per share increased 15% to $1.12 as compared to $0.97 in the prior year period. (See Schedule 1 for net income per diluted share attributable to Worldpay, Inc. and Schedule 2 for adjusted net income per share.)

"The high rates of organic growth and the continued acceleration in technology solutions shows the power of our strategy," said Charles Drucker, chairman and chief executive officer. "Our strong business fundamentals position us for continued growth in 2019."

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.573.753 von R-BgO am 22.08.17 10:56:40Klingt auf den ersten Blick ja gut, aber Kaufkosten liegen ja fast in Höhe der eigenen Marktkapitalisierung - mal schauen, ob das Wachstum weiter stimmt und der Kurs steigen kann.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.382.190 von R-BgO am 24.07.17 09:17:13https://skift.com/2017/08/21/travel-payments-sees-10-4-billi…

"Earlier this month, Worldpay, a UK-based payments processing company, was taken over by Vantiv, a U.S. counterpart, in a $10.4 billion deal. The combined company will be called Worldpay.

For the travel industry, in particular, Worldpay claims to be a market leader among payment providers. For example, its back-end technology has helped British Airways to ensure more customers complete the online payment process and to handle more efficiently payments across an array of currencies than the carrier’s previous solution did.

Worldpay works with more than 80 airlines worldwide — including British Airways, Emirates, HK Express, Holiday Extras, Caribbean Airlines, Beijing Capital Airlines, Vanilla Air, and BMI Regional. It also has relationships with some online travel agents, such as Fareportal (owner of CheapOair) and other travel service providers.

Worldpay did not have much customer overlap with Vantiv, and claimed to be to be the largest acquirer of card transactions generated at merchants outside of the U.S., but it only had 15 percent of its overall revenue coming from within the U.S. Vantiv, meanwhile, claims to be the largest acquirer of merchants’ card transactions in the U.S.

The combined operation could be competitive across verticals in sectors such as retail with global banks like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America. Worldpay focuses on five verticals: travel, airlines, retail, digital (e-commerce shops), and the gaming industry.

In the travel segment specifically, Worldpay has several competitors, including Atos (owner of Worldline and Digital River World Payments), and Wirecard— though those companies do not have travel practices as large as Worldpay’s. Other potential threats in the travel segment could someday include Adyen, Barclaycard, and Stripe."

Vantiv agrees to acquire Worldpay, bringing together two payment giants
Jul 6.2017

Worldpay, the largest payments processor in the UK, is to be acquired by Vantiv, a 40-year-old credit card processor based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The deal is valued at £7.7 billion ($9.95 billion). It was confirmed as JPMorgan Chase said it was dropping out of the bidding.

Vantiv described the agreement as a “potential merger” that may or may not be consummated following a period of due diligence.

Discussions between the parties remain ongoing regarding the other terms and conditions of the deal, it says.

But in a statement, the company says:

“The Boards of Worldpay and Vantiv see compelling strategic, commercial and financial rationale for combining Worldpay and Vantiv’s complementary businesses.

“The potential merger creates a scale world class payments group in a dynamic market, with deep payments capabilities, product and vertical expertise and strong distribution channels to serve merchants around the world in the global e-commerce market, and in-store and online in the UK and US markets.”

With the growth of ecommerce around the world, companies that provide payment solutions are either prime targets for acquisition or likely acquirers themselves as they seek to assemble toolkits that can manage a variety of geographic payment issues.

Last year, Global Payment Inc. bought Heartland Payment Systems for $4.7 billion.

PayPal Holdings acquired Tio Networks Corp. a Canadian company, for $230 million.

Vantiv says the combined company would serve customers in the four core regions of the US, Europe, Asia-Pacific and South America, including many of the world’s largest ecommerce merchants, and a substantial base of merchants in Europe and the US.

Its “substantial” engineering capability and talent would have hubs in the UK, Europe and US.
Vantiv said it would bring together the best of both management teams, including Charles Drucker, currently chief operating officer of Vantiv, as executive chairman and co-CEO; Philip Jansen, current CEO of Worldpay, as co-CEO, and Stephanie Ferris, current chief financial officer at Vantiv, as CFO.

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