WorldPay in £32bn merger with US payments processor FIS

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The global payments market is fast consolidating
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The global payments market is fast consolidating

WorldPay: Sold by RBS for £2bn in 2010; scooped up by Fidelity National Information Services nine years later

WorldPay, the payments processor founded by NatWest, has been sold to US payments firm Fidelity National Information Services for £32 billion. The acquisition comes just over 18 months after it was acquired...

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