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Banco de Sabadell, S.A. (SAB.MC)

MCE - MCE Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 4-Sabadell in talks with Worldline, Nexi and Fiserv for payments deal -sources

    Spanish bank Sabadell has received indicative bids from France's Worldline , Italy's Nexi and U.S. firm Fiserv for its payments arm, with a deal valued at up to 400 million euros ($394 million), three sources said. Sabadell received the non-binding offers last week and is expected to shortlist a group of final bidders in early October, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Worldline, Nexi and Fiserv declined to comment.

  • Reuters

    Sabadell in talks with Worldline, Nexi and Fiserv for payments deal -sources

    LONDON/MADRID (Reuters) -Spanish bank Sabadell has received indicative bids from France's Worldline, Italy's Nexi and U.S. firm Fiserv for its payments arm, with a deal valued at up to 400 million euros ($394 million), three sources said. Sabadell received the non-binding offers last week and is expected to shortlist a group of final bidders in early October, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. The Spanish lender will review the offers at a board meeting in late September and then move to the final stages of the auction, allowing bidders to carry out due diligence on the unit, the sources said.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Sabadell in talks with Worldline, Nexi and Fiserv for payments deal -sources

    Spanish bank Sabadell has received indicative bids from France's Worldline , Italy's Nexi and U.S. firm Fiserv for its payments arm, with a deal valued at up to 400 million euros ($393.64 million), three sources said. Sabadell received the non-binding offers last week and is expected to shortlist a group of final bidders in early October, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. The Spanish lender will review the offers at a board meeting in late September and then move to the final stages of the auction, allowing bidders to carry out due diligence on the unit, the sources said.

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