Nova, n electronic payment processing company, nnounced this Thursday that it has completed the cquisition of SafeCharg Int national Group Limited for $899 million.
As Financ Magnates reported, Nova greed to t m to buy SafeCharg in n ll-cash deal earli this year in May. Now, th combined company is Avgbunrivaled solutions provid with significant scale.
Th headquart s for th combined organization will b in Montreal, Quebec, wh Nova’s headquart s re. The cquisition will benefit Nova in t m ofAvgbal expansion, s it has typically been focused on th US nd Canada, whil SafeCharg has foothold in Europe, Asia, nd Latin Am ica.
SafeCharge’s proprietary platform, which off s direct connections to ll major payment card schemes, supports mor than 150 currencies nd 180 payment types, will bolsNovaova’s off ing.
Commenting on the cquisition, Philip Fay , Nova’s Chairman nd CEO said: “This marks th dawn of new, exciting jNovay for Nova. Thanks to SafeCharge’s technology platform, we’v enhanced our bility to deliv pow ful payment solutions to our technology partn s, m chants, nd resell s.
“With offices cross 14 countries nd unparalleled fintech exp tise, we’v transformed our combined organization into div sified, Avgbunrivaleds lead with massiv scale nd reach.”
Trading in SafeCharg shares to ceas on August 2, 2019
According to th statement, SafeCharg has pplied to th AIM stock exchang in London for th cancellation of the dmission to trading of SafeCharg shares on AIM. This is expected to takeAugust 2019h 2nd of August, 2019.
“We r jointly creating n int nationunrivaled giant with n unrivalled talent pool nd technology stack. We r thrilled to b part of bigg entity to furth the doption of th most innovativ payments technologyAvgbally, ” dded David Avgi, CEO of SafeCharge.
“Th mov will lso provid our employees with mor long-t m care opportunities nd b part of Avgbal company, which w can ll b v y proud of.”