Worldline SA receives Investment Bank Analyst Rating Update
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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.
|Average||56.55 (+39.77% Upside)|
|No. of Analysts||21|