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Weltnachrichten – AU – Worldline announces a major strategic commercial acquisition alliance with ANZ...
. . Worldline announces a major strategic commercial acquisition alliance with ANZ Bank in Australia. * Acquisition of a majority stake (51%) in the commercial acquisition business of ANZ against cash compensation of c. 485 million. AUD * Formation of a Worldline controlled joint venture with a stake of 51% to 49% to operate and develop commercial acquisition services in Australia with ANZ Bank * Strategic opportunity to provide merchant services outside of Europe with unique access to one of the largest payments expand markets * Strong added value through synergies resulting from the introduction of the Worldline payment technology stack, improved scaling and acceleration of growth. * First success of the newly created Merchant Services-Financial Institutions division, which uses the convincing strengths of the Worldline-Ingenico combination. Bezons, Jan.. December 2020 - Worldline [Euronext: WLN], a global leader in the payments industry, today announced the signing of a key strategic alliance for commercial acquisition with ANZ Bank, one of the largest banks in the Asia Pacific region and Australia's third largest acquirer Alternating current. 20% share of the transaction volume processed in Australia1. Gilles Grapinet, Worldline Chairman and CEO, said: “The strategic alliance between Worldline and ANZ announced today is a landmark transaction for the group and I am honored that ANZ has selected Worldline to take control of the business to be taken over by dealers The long-term partner of choice who supplies its very large portfolio of dealer customers with state-of-the-art products and services. Australia is an extremely attractive strategic market as it is very close to Europe in terms of market structure, standards and technology and accepts electronic payments at a high level. Given a solid macroeconomic environment and strong long-term growth potential, the Australian market offers a rare opportunity to expand our platforms and introduce our innovative solutions in very close partnership with such a leading institution as ANZ. This long-term and exclusive joint venture is based on a shared vision for delivering value-added merchant acquiring products and services in Australia by combining Worldline's global size, world-class technology and expertise with ANZ's large banking footprint and distribution power. We are particularly looking forward to approx. 200 experts for dealer acquisition and payment technology from ANZ. Finally, this partnership between ANZ and Worldline underscores the relevance of Worldline's newly created value proposition for Merchant Services - financial institutions that we will continue to use in Europe and beyond to cement future banking alliances with Merchant Services as more financial institutions are currently adopting a similar strategy initiate initiatives. Mark Hand, ANZ's Group Executive Australia Retail and Commercial, said: “By partnering with a global payments provider, we can combine our banking expertise with Worldline's leading solutions to deliver world-class services to Australian customers. Through this joint venture, we will continue to improve our ability to be a leading transaction bank while managing customer relationships for broader banking needs. This is yet another example of our strategy to create a simpler and more digitally focused bank that delivers leading products and services to Australian clients. Australia: An Attractive Payment Market Australia is an extremely attractive and strategic market for Worldline. It's the 14th. largest economy in the world and the 5th. largest in Asia. It has robust economic performance with a low unemployment rate and limited national debt, which is supported by consistent political frameworks, strong institutions, an attractive investment environment and close trade ties with Asia. The Australian payments industry is showing favorable momentum with a sizeable and growing addressable market and a high willingness and receptivity to cashless payment methods. Similar to Europe in terms of market structure, payment standards and technology, the Australian payments market is large and dynamic. It has a high level of acceptance for electronic payments and ranks 4th in the world for payment terminals per capita, with consumer use of contactless cards and digital wallets among the highest in the world. In addition, if cash penetration remains high, the Australian market offers an attractive growth opportunity triggered by the shift from cash to cards. This trend has accelerated during the recent Covid-19 pandemic, which is due to a temporary improvement in the contactless payment threshold (from AUD 100 to AUD 200), bank-sponsored mobile payment solutions, and increased use of online shopping that is likely to increase a permanent shift. This new joint venture gives Worldline the unique opportunity to significantly expand its business by acquiring retailers outside of Europe, with direct access to an existing and high quality retailer portfolio and at the same time realizing significant synergies due to the improved scalability through leverage of the Group's payment technologies. Alliance with a local leader with strong customer relationships ANZ was founded in 1835 and is headquartered in Melbourne. The company is one of the four leading private customer banks on the continent and one of the market leaders in its market. Generates c. 180 million. € sales in 2020 with an OMDA percentage of c. ANZ's commercial acquisition unit is the third largest payment acceptance and acquisition business in Australia at 19%. A share of 20% of the transaction volume processed in Australia. It currently employs c. 200 employees and manages payments for 80. 000 physical and online merchants through 2 billion transactions processed on their platform. With an experienced management team with extensive country and industry knowledge, ANZ has built a prominent customer base that ranges from SMEs to major customers. This well-diversified and resilient retailer base has strong customer retention rates and is geographically diversified, with Victoria (28%), New South Wales (28%) and Queensland (20%) being the largest regions. Strategic rationale In this rapidly changing industry, which is driven by the introduction of numerous and innovative payment methods by customers, ANZ sees Worldline as the ideal partner to leverage focused technical skills to deliver the best customer offer and user experience in all segments Offer. The combination of the strong market position of ANZ and the global size of Worldline, first-class technologies and payment expertise will enable Allianz to increase sales by double digits in the coming years. This accelerated growth rate is achieved through cross- and up-selling opportunities that are based on innovative solutions such as digital onboarding, alternative payment methods (APM), fraud detection, online and omnichannel functions and at the same time use the existing dealer portfolio. In addition, a robust integration and platform development program will be implemented at the end, with the aim of achieving an additional OMDA of 25 million by 2025. To reach EUR. The synergy plan is mainly based on the reuse approach of Worldline's proven payment modules with the implementation of a targeted platform that offers innovative payment applications based on European market standards in Australia. After the migration, Worldline IP's own platform offers a strong operational leverage effect on a larger scale with an additional transaction volume of more than 74 billion euros per year, which corresponds to a volume increase of 20% compared to the number of commercial acquisition transaction volumes of Worldline processes (c. 400 billion. EUR). Effects of the Transaction on Worldline The main financial effects of the newly formed joint venture on Worldline are as follows: * Additional annual sales of c. 180 million. EUR with expected double-digit organic growth CAGR in the next 5 years; * OMDA margin of c. The profitability of Merchant Services is expected to catch up with Worldline at 20% by the time of closing, driven by the leverage of the operations and expected synergies of 25 million. EUR until 2025; * Estimated implementation costs at c. 25 million. EUR and; * Estimated payout of c. 300 million. EUR (for the 51% stake in the joint venture) upon closing, which means that Worldline's financial flexibility is retained for further developments. Key Transaction Terms and Governance Principles The key transaction terms and governance principles are as follows: * ANZ dealer acquires a company worth 925 million. AUD (c. 570 million. EUR), which corresponds to an EV / EBITDA multiple below the current multiple of Worldline; * Worldline to control the joint venture with a 51% stake; * Worldline will appoint CEO and COO in a joint approach with ANZ; * Signed a long-term partnership with a minority buyback mechanism through a purchase option exercisable by Worldline (10 years after closing); * Closing expected in the fourth quarter of 2021. Industrial alliance in line with Worldline's strategy to expand its Merchant Services business worldwide and leverage the Merchant Services - Financial Institutions business model. This alliance is a milestone that confirms the relevance of Worldline's ambition to be the partner of choice for banks through the newly created Financial Institutions Launch led by a dedicated team that is fully committed to introducing our banking partnership model. Indeed, merchant acquisition activities are vital for banks, but come with challenges such as loyalty, reach and scalability, innovation and the ability to find the right partner to develop their operations. Merchant Services - Repeatable Blueprint for Financial Institutions leverages the compelling combination of Worldline and Ingenico to offer banking partners: * Worldline's global reach with scalability and competitive cost structure, * Best-in-class products and services for digital payments, * Recognized Sales and marketing skills, * Successful track record of integration and migration, and * Assistance in leveraging their payment resources. Through this special launch, Worldline will continue to respond to the growing appetite of financial institutions for bespoke partnerships and develop market-winning banking alliances and joint ventures. The Management of Worldline invites you to an international conference call on April 14th. December 2020 at 18. 3 p.m. (CET - Paris). . * You can attend the webcast of the conference: * on worldline. com, in the Investors section * Via this link: https: // edge. Media server. com / mmc / p / syv2eh2b * by phone with dial-in: United Kingdom (local): 44 (0) 844 481 9752 France (local): 33 (0) 1 70 70 07 81 Germany (local): 49 (0) 69 22 22 26 25 USA, New York (local): 1-646-741-3167 Confirmation Code: 2464576 After the conference, a replay of the webcast will be available on worldline. com in the Investors section. Upcoming events * Results from 24. February 2021 for the 2020 financial year * sales from 21. April 2021 Q1 2021 * Results of the Annual General Meeting on 20. May 2021 * Results from 27. July 2021 Results for the first half of 2021 * 19. October 2021 Revenue from Q3 2021 Contacts Investor Relations Laurent Marie 33 7 84 50 18 90 Laurent. marie @ ingenico. comBenoit d’Amécourt 33 6 75 51 41 47 benoit. damecourt @ worldline. comCommunicationSandrine van der Ghinst 32 499 585 380 Sandrine. vanderghinst @ worldline. comHélène Carlander 33 7 72 25 96 04 helene. carlander @ worldline. comAbout Worldline Worldline [Euronext: WLN] is the European market leader in the payment and transaction services industry and 4 players worldwide. With its global reach and commitment to innovation, Worldline is the technology partner of choice for retailers, banks and third-party providers, as well as public transport operators, government agencies and industrial companies in all sectors. Worldline is used by over 20. 000 employees in more than 50 countries and offers its customers sustainable, trustworthy and secure solutions along the entire value chain for payments that drive their business growth wherever they are. Merchant Services offered by Worldline; Terminals, Solutions & Services; Financial Services and Mobility & e-Transactional Services include domestic and cross-border commercial acquisitions both in-store and online, highly secure payment processing, a broad portfolio of payment terminals, and e-ticketing and digital services in the industrial environment. In 2019, Worldline had pro forma sales of 5. 3 billion euros. World line. The corporate goal of comWorldline ("raison d’être") is to design and operate leading digital payment and transaction solutions that enable sustainable economic growth and strengthen trust and security in our societies. We make them environmentally friendly, generally accessible and support social change. This document contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including references, regarding the Group's expected growth and profitability in the future that could materially affect the expected performance contained in the forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties relate to factors that are beyond the control of the company and cannot be accurately estimated, such as:. B.. Market conditions or behavior of competitors. All forward-looking statements made in this document are statements about the beliefs and expectations of Worldline and should be interpreted as such. Forward-looking statements include statements that may relate to Worldline's plans, goals, strategies, objectives, future events, future revenues or synergies, or performance and other information that is not historical information. Actual events or results may vary due to a number of risks and uncertainties discussed in the. April 2020 at the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) on 29. The Universal Registration Document filed April 2020 under the fill number D may differ from those described in this document. 20-0411 and his on 6. August 2020 submitted to the AMF change under the fill number: D. . 20-0411-A01. The organic sales growth and the operating margin before depreciation (OMDA) are presented at constant volume and exchange rate. OMDA is presented as defined in the Universal Registration Document 2019. Unless expressly stated otherwise, all figures are in millions. € with one decimal place. Under certain circumstances, this may result in insubstantial differences between the sum of the numbers and the subtotals shown in the tables. AUD / EUR exchange rate: 1 AUD = 0. 62 EURWorldline assumes no obligation or responsibility to update or change the above information and expressly rejects this unless otherwise required by law. This press release is distributed for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to buy or a solicitation of an offer to sell any securities in the United States or any other jurisdiction. Securities may only be offered or sold in the USA if they have been registered under the U.. S.. . Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “U. . S.. . Securities Act ”) or the securities laws of a U. . S.. . State or are exempt from registration. The securities that can be offered in a transaction have not been and will not be registered under the U.. S.. . Securities Act or the securities laws of a U. . S.. . state and Worldline does not intend to offer such securities publicly in the USA. * * * 1 Credit, debit and charge card sales, ANZ and RBA internal data Appendix * Worldline announces a major strategic commercial acquisition alliance with ANZ Bank in Australia - PR