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  • Sep 18, 2015
    New Swedish FinTech Innovator Bambora Group to Expand through Acquisition in the North American Market >

    The Swedish fintech innovator, Bambora Group, announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Beanstream Internet Commerce, Inc. Bambora plans to leverage this new business combination to enter the North American market. Bambora's ambition is to become a global one-stop-shop with the same unique offer, services and customer experience regardless of where their clients are located. The goal? To become one of the industry's most innovative and growth-focused payment companies globally.

    

  • Aug 07, 2015
    Swedish payments group expands through acquisition in Asia >

    The Swedish payments group Bambora continues its international expansion through the acquisition of the Australian-owned payments company IP Payments. IP Payments provides innovative payment solutions that facilitate e-commerce and mobile commerce for businesses and shops through unique cloud-based services. The acquisition is part of Bambora's expansion in the Asia Pacific region and an opportunity for the payments group to strengthen its offering in e-commerce.

    

  • Aug 04, 2015
    Sunrise Medical acquires Handicare's Mobility Business >

    Sunrise Medical announced today the acquisition of Handicare's Mobility division‎, headquartered in Helmond, the Netherlands. This follows the acquisition of Sunrise Medical by Nordic Capital that was announced in June 2015.

    

  • Jul 16, 2015
    Resurs Bank buys the Norwegian nichebank yA Bank >

    Resurs Bank has entered into a share purchase agreement with the Norwegian OTC-listed yA Holding regarding the purchase of all their assets, i e their subsidiaries yA Bank and Meta Tech at a price of NOK 1,57 billion (about SEK 1,65 billion), which is equivalent of 55 NOK per share.

    

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