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Following a previous strategic investment in YellowPepper in May 2018 and a March 2020 collaboration on a real-time P2P system in Peru, Visa has announced that it is to acquire payments technology company YellowPepper. YellowPepper offers mobile banking and payment solutions to FIs across nine Latin American markets and provides APIs to enable payment flows from multiple rails through a single connection. The deal will broaden Visa’s reach across Latin America and the Caribbean through YellowPepper’s platform as well as leveraging its large customer base of 5 million active monthly users and 50 commercial clients.
Italian payment rivals Nexi and Sia are in the process of finalising a €15bn ($17.7bn) merger that is set to create one of the largest fintechs in Europe by incorporating Sia into Nexi. The talks have not been smooth to date, with intense negotiations around governance and valuation. Unicredit is Sia’s largest client and its retention was said to be a key part of negotiations. Under the terms of the deal, Nexi’s investors will take 70% ownership of the combined entity whilst Sia’s shareholder will hold the remaining 30% stake. This development is a further indication of increasing consolidation within the payments market in Europe.
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