Banco Sabadell gets offers of €300-350 M from France’s Worldline and Italy’s NEXI for its payments business


Alphavalue/ Divacons | The Catalan lender has received binding offers from France’s Worldline and Italy’s NEXI for its payment business which it put up for sale in September. The offers are between 300 and 350 million euros, with that from Worldline (part of our model portfolio) seeming to be the highest. Sabadell is said to be looking for 400 million euros.

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