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  • Globe Newswire

    INGENICO GROUP: PSD2 - Ingenico’s new SCA Accelerator Suite speeds up compliance

    Ingenico’s new SCA Accelerator Suite speeds up complianceThe new authentication suite helps online businesses improve their performance and streamline the implementation of SCA Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING), the global leader in seamless payments, today unveils its SCA accelerator suite to help online businesses remain compliant, innovate and better control their data. The suite will bring all of Ingenico ePayments’ expertise together to help online businesses improve their performance and facilitate the implementation of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), due on 31 December 2020.The SCA Accelerator Suite from Ingenico utilizes the latest versions of 3D Secure, ensures businesses are compliant with The EU Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2), offers authentication routing, ensures the appropriate data collection and streamlines mobile UX. Ingenico’s new suite offers advanced PSD2 features including: * Automatic Step-Up: when issuers require SCA to authorize, transactions will be submitted through 3D Secure and then resubmitted for authorization without any impact on the merchant. * Automatic Fallback: if 3DS v2 is not available (technical failure, not supported), a transaction will automatically be resubmitted to an earlier version. * SmartComply: makes sure online businesses perform 3D Secure when they are required to do so and analyses transactions to determine if they are covered by the scope of PSD2. It determines if SCA is required or should be skipped. * AutoExempt: automatically selects and uses the best exemptions (e.g. whitelisting or low transaction value) depending on the nature of the transaction being processed and issuer/acquirer performance. Ingenico ensures PSD2 compliance with a suite of SCA-solutions that are built to effectively manage transactions on behalf of its customers. Previously, there has been a lot of discussion around what is ‘required’ and is needed to ’comply’ with PSD2. However, PSD2 is an opportunity for online businesses to innovate, and better control the data that drives their operations. Ingenico developed this new offering to help online businesses by reducing the risk of credit card fraud, increasing conversion rates, and shifting liability back to the issuer.Simone van Schaik, VP Product at Ingenico ePayments: “We’ve worked hard so our customers don’t have to. Our SCA Accelerator Suite is built to handle PSD2-compliant processes on behalf of the customer. My message to all online businesses is that it’s time to make PSD2 work for you.”The period of adjustment to comply with PSD2 runs until the end of the year. Ingenico recommends online businesses to take this opportunity to monitor the performance of 3DS v2.1 and 2.2 by testing the latest version to ensure they gain a better understanding of how and where improvements can be made.To learn more about Ingenico’s SCA Accelerator Suite, please visit: https://business.ingenico.com/sca-suiteFor the latest updates on PSD2 timelines, please visit: https://www.ingenico.com/global-epayments/manage-risk/psd2About Ingenico GroupIngenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) is shaping the future of payments for sustainable and inclusive growth. As a global leader in seamless payments, we provide merchants with smart, trusted and secure solutions to empower commerce across all channels and enable simplification of payments and deliver customer promises. We are the trusted and proactive world-class partner for financial institutions and retailers, from small merchants to the world’s best-known global brands. We have a global footprint with more than 8,000 employees, 90 nationalities and a commercial presence in 170 countries. Our international community of payment experts anticipates the evolutions of commerce and consumer lifestyles to provide our clients with leading-edge complete solutions wherever they are needed. www.ingenico.com @ingenicoFor more experts’ views, visit our blog.Media Contact Dylan Prins Communication manager / Ingenico ePayments (T): +31 (0)6 12 15 80 03 dylan.prins@ingenico.comContacts / Ingenico GroupMedia Relations Hélène Carlander (T): +33 (0)7 72 25 96 04 helene.carlander@ingenico.comInvestors Relations Laurent Marie (T): +33 (0)1 58 01 83 24 laurent.marie@ingenico.comAttachment * Press Release - Ingenico SCA Accelerator Suite_EN

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    Information related to the Combined Annual General Meeting of June 11th, 2020

    Press ReleaseParis, May 20, 2020 Information related to the Combined Annual General Meeting of June 11th, 2020The Shareholders of Ingenico Group (Euronext : FR0000125346 – ING) are invited to participate to the Combined Annual General Meeting (ordinary and extraordinary) which will take place on June 11th, 2020 at 02:00 p.m. (Paris time), behind closed doors, without the physical presence of shareholders, their representatives, or other persons who have the right to attend, at the Group’s headquarters (28/32 boulevard de Grenelle – 75015 Paris).The information governed by article R.225-73-1 of the French Commercial Code is available on the website of the Company www.ingenico.com/finance in the section “Shareholders”.The notice of Meeting was published in the BALO (Bulletin des Annonces Légales et Obligatoires) on May 20th, 2020. The information mentioned in article R.225-83 of the French Commercial Code is included in the 2019 Universal Registration Document, also available on the aforesaid website.These documents are also available to the Shareholders at Ingenico Group’s headquarters in accordance with the French regulations.  About Ingenico GroupIngenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) is shaping the future of payments for sustainable and inclusive growth. As a global leader in seamless payments, we provide merchants with smart, trusted and secure solutions to empower commerce across all channels and enable simplification of payments and deliver customer promises. We are the trusted and proactive world-class partner for financial institutions and retailers, from small merchants to the world’s best-known global brands. We have a global footprint with more than 8,000 employees, 90 nationalities and a commercial presence in 170 countries. Our international community of payment experts anticipates the evolutions of commerce and consumer lifestyles to provide our clients with leading-edge complete solutions wherever they are needed. www.ingenico.com @ingenicoFor more experts’ views, visit our blog.Contacts / Ingenico GroupInvestors Relations Laurent Marie (T): +33 (0)1 58 01 83 24 laurent.marie@ingenico.com     Media Relations Hélène Carlander (T): +33 (0)7 72 25 96 04 helene.carlander@ingenico.com    Attachment * CP MAD VA

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    INGENICO GROUP: 2019 Universal Registration Document available

    Paris, April 24, 2020Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) announced that its 2019 Universal Registration Document was filed with the French Financial Market Authority (AMF) on April 24, 2020.This document is available on the website of the Company http://www.ingenico.com/fr/finance.The Universal Registration Document takes into account the evolution of the health crisis related to Covid-19 which effects are reflected in sections 1.2.4 (“Strategic risk”), 4.1.3 “Main risks and uncertainties in 2020”) et 4.2 (“Outlook and trends”) (this section is in keeping with the update on the 2020 outlook announced in the press release of April 22, 2020).The following documents are included in the 2019 Registration Document: * The 2019 annual financial report ; * The board of director’s report on corporate governance ; * Description of the share buyback program.An English version will soon be available on our website.  About Ingenico GroupIngenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) is shaping the future of payments for sustainable and inclusive growth. As a global leader in seamless payments, we provide merchants with smart, trusted and secure solutions to empower commerce across all channels and enable simplification of payments and deliver customer promises. We are the trusted and proactive world-class partner for financial institutions and retailers, from small merchants to the world’s best-known global brands. We have a global footprint with more than 8,000 employees, 90 nationalities and a commercial presence in 170 countries. Our international community of payment experts anticipates the evolutions of commerce and consumer lifestyles to provide our clients with leading-edge complete solutions wherever they are needed. www.ingenico.com @ingenicoFor more experts’ views, visit our blog.    Contacts / Ingenico GroupInvestors Relations Laurent Marie (T): +33 (0)1 58 01 83 24 laurent.marie@ingenico.com     Media Relations Hélène Carlander (T): +33 (0)7 72 25 96 04 helene.carlander@ingenico.com    Attachment * PR MAD URD VA

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    INGENICO GROUP: First quarter 2020 - Resilient Q1’20 despite the first Covid-19 impacts

    Press ReleaseParis, 22nd April 2020Revenue of €658 million, up 4% on a comparable basis1 Retail growth at 7% impacted by Covid-19 from mid-March 2020 B&A performance stable despite early Covid-19 impact in Asia, benefiting from its global footprint Launch of a strong & holistic action plan to mitigate revenue impacts and preserve profitability and cash – in full motion as early as Q22020 outlook updated after Covid-19 impact Mid to high single digit organic decline in FY’20 based on several recovery scenarios New Covid-19 action plan already in full execution to preserve profitability and cash on top of Fit for Growth program (Total of €135m EBITDA impact in 2020) FY’20 EBITDA in percentage of net revenue above 21% (20.9% in FY’19) Above 50% Free Cash-Flow conversion rate maintained No dividend payment proposal at the AGM of 11th June, 2020Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING), the global leader in seamless payments, today announced its revenue for the first quarter 2020.Nicolas Huss, Chief Executive Officer of Ingenico Group, commented: “In the context of the Covid-19 crisis, the Group posted a truly resilient performance in the first quarter, achieving 4 % organic growth. We actually performed above expectations until mid-March when we felt the impact of the spread of Covid-19 triggering store closures, travel halts and confinements. Based on our current analysis of the Covid-19 situation, we expect our second quarter to be down around 20%. In the light of this unprecedented health crisis, our first responsibility was to protect the health of our employees whilst continuing to operate the business and support our clients 24/7. But this crisis is economic in nature too and we therefore launched, as early as March, a strong and holistic action plan to quickly adapt our cost structure, to protect profitability and cash throughout the year, without hampering our long-term growth profile and rebound capacity. Finally, all Fit for Growth initiatives are being executed and our teams are fully mobilized to overcome the current situation. Our long-term growth drivers remain intact and I am convinced that we should come out of the current crisis even stronger, for the benefit of all our stakeholders.”Key figures  Q1 2019 Reported* Q1 2019 Pro forma** Q1 2020 €m % Change €m €m Comparable1 Reported Retail 324  319  341  7% 5% SMBs 57  57  60  6% 6% Global Online 85  85  91  7% 8% Enterprise 91  87  93  8% 2% Payone 91  91  97  6% 6% B&A 318  319  318  1% 0% EMEA 110  111  110  -1% 1% Latin America 65  57  48  -6% -26% North America 31  37  56  49% 80% Asia-Pacific 112  115  103  -9% -8% TOTAL 642  638  658  4% 3% * 2019 Q1 net revenue reported includes Mexico in Latin America while reported in North America in 2019 PF figures ** 2019 Q1 PF net revenue figures are restated from the divestment of Healthcare France activities and Mexico remapping First quarter 2020 performanceIn the first quarter of 2020, revenue totalled €658 million, representing a 4% increase on a comparable basis. On a reported basis revenue was 3% higher than in the first quarter of 2019 and included a negative foreign exchange impact of €4 million and the impact of the divestment of Healthcare France activities.The Retail Business Unit reported a revenue of €341 million, showing an increase of 7% over the quarter on a comparable basis. On a reported basis, revenue increased by 5% during this first quarter and included a neutral foreign exchange impact and the impact of the divestment of Healthcare France activities. Compared with Q1’19, the various activities performed as follows on a like-for-like basis: * SMB (up 6%): The first quarter performance was above our expectations for the first two months of the quarter but performance was then impacted in March by the effect of the lockdowns in the Nordic countries and in the Benelux region along with the slowdown of acquiring volumes. In that context, SMB continued to deliver a steady onboarding rate of merchants on its platform with more than 4,000 new customers per month, fuelled by online solutions to subsidise softer instore activity. During the first quarter, SMB launched a new merchant solution – Pay by Link – which is an online payment solution fitting for delivery and click and collect offering. Bambora Connect, the all-in one instore offering tailored for ISVs is continuing to gain traction and will ramp-up in the second part of 2020. Our advanced acquiring solution performed well during the quarter with transaction value up 10%, but impacted by the slowdown in March that is expected to continue in Q2.   * Global Online (up 7%): During the first quarter, transaction volumes have steadily accelerated during the first two months with existing clients such as Electronic Arts or Valve, but the overall performance has not compensated the Covid-19 negative impact on the travel vertical (c.35% of volumes) in March. This situation will continue to weight on performance during Q2’20. On the regional side, performance was driven by a strong growth in emerging regions (APAC & LATAM), fuelled by market share gains, and by a strong traction in North America on the digital goods & services vertical. Pre-Covid-19 Global Online was growing c.15% demonstrating acceleration for the 3rd year in a row. In order to sustain this growth acceleration profile of Global Online in the mid-term, the current leadership has been reinforced with the arrival in April 2020 of Damien Perillat as Head of Global Online, former PayPal Managing Director for Western Europe.   * Enterprise (up 8%): Performance came in better than expected during the first quarter despite the high comparison basis in Q1’19 driven by Healthcare Germany activities. Excluding this specific effect Enterprise was up 16% on an organic basis. The division is benefiting from a strong traction on both sale of POS and transaction activities. In the latter, the transaction business continued its double-digit growth, driven by the European omnichannel instore platform (Axis), in which processed volumes continued to increase during the first two months of the quarter, but slowing down in March. This trend is likely to impact the Enterprise growth profile in Q2’20. The self-service segment remained dynamic with the deployment of full-service solutions. POS activities enjoyed a strong dynamic. North America has been a strong driver this quarter, benefiting from market share gains and new open payment solutions.   * Payone (up 6%): The first ten-week performance was very strong posting double digit growth but  has been impacted in the second part of March (-10% in net revenues) by the lockdowns in the DACH region that will continue in Q2’20. Despite this context, the conversion of saving banks and win of new direct SMB customers off- and online to the Payone payment solution continued with more than 1,000 merchants joining the platform per month. In addition, the roll-out of the full service offering certified in 2019 is ongoing, highlighting the benefit of the saving banks partnership. To support the merchants in this period, Payone has launched stayopen a one-stop-shop new digital offering providing an online solution to instore merchants. The DACH region secular shift towards electronic payments is still intact as demonstrate by the strong increase of card and contactless usage at shops. Overall, the current lockdowns situation will weight on Q2’20 performance.During the quarter, B&A posted a revenue of €318 million, an increase of 1% on comparable basis. On a reported basis the activity is stable and included a negative foreign exchange impact of €4 million. Compared to Q1’19, the various regions performed as follows on a like-for-like basis: * Europe, Middle-East & Africa (down 1%): The quarterly performance came in line with our expectations before the impact of the Covid-19 spread in Europe which has generated some distribution issues in the month of March after the lockdown in most countries. Western Europe has shown a good dynamic, mainly in France, Iberia and the DACH region, and signed the first Terminal as a Service offering during the first quarter with a major European banking partner. As expected, Eastern Europe is back to growth after the plan engaged during the second half of last year. Russia has suffered from a high comparison basis as Q1’19 had benefitted from strong commercial successes. This situation should continue to weight in the coming quarters on the overall performance. In the meantime, the APOS solution presented end 2019 drives positive marks of interest from banks and acquirers that could lead to meaningful revenue contribution by the end of 2020.   * Asia-Pacific (down 9%): The dynamic of the region came in line with our expectations following the strong demand experienced in Q1’19. China revenue has been stable despite the lockdown of the country during the first quarter, benefitting from end of year 2019 APOS orders to be deployed in Q1’20. South East Asia came in softer on the back of a normalization in Indonesia suffering from a high comparison basis. India has been impacted by the lockdowns implementation in the country while Australia is maintaining a good dynamic fuelled by commercial successes and banks demand.   * Latin America (down 6%): The performance is in line with our expectations with Brazilian market normalizing after the strong dynamic seen in 2019. Despite a high comparison basis, Ingenico Group has consolidated its market shares in the country, benefitting from a flexible production capacity to answer local acquirers demand. In addition, Columbia, Argentina and Peru is maintaining a good dynamic fuelled by the number of contracts signed and a strong pipeline of projects.   * North America (up 49%): Revenue from the region was strong throughout the first quarter, with Canada being back to a normative level of activity after a challenging 2019 year. US-based activities are accelerating in the first quarter benefiting from a strong demand on back of the EMV cycle renewals and some consolidation of market share. The ISV vertical was dynamic with strong project delivery and the continuous development of a partner program. The pipeline of projects remained strong in the first quarter and shall be a solid basis for a continued dynamic in Q2’20. Mexico revenue, now reported in North America region, is stabilizing at a normative level.Ingenico’s societal engagement during the crisisToday, all countries are facing an unprecedented health crisis, both in terms of magnitude and complexity, and with a recovery scenario that remains difficult to confirm.In such context, the Board and the Ingenico leadership team, with the support of all Ingenico’s employees, have renewed their engagement towards our society implementing several measures such as: * Dedicated health measures for all Ingenico employees; * The launch of online solutions with preferred prices for small and midsize instore businesses to support their activity during the lockdowns period; * The deployment of fundraising initiatives to provide and finance essential goods (food and sanitary products) to caregivers and vulnerable people; * A full fixed salary maintained for all Ingenico’s employees who are in partial unemployment; * A 25% reduction of compensation2 for Nicolas Huss (CEO of Ingenico), Bernard Bourigeaud (Chairman of the Board) and all Board members, and; * Efficient homeworking solutions for all employees, thanks to the investment made on IT in the frame of the Fit for Growth plan.Ingenico Group has been committed for many years to promoting social responsibility across the company. With these types of measures, the Group intends to bring its own contribution and support to our society in a common effort during this unprecedented health crisis.Updated FY’20 outlook and dividend after Covid-19 outbreak impactToday, the macroeconomic situation is still uncertain for the second part of the year 2020. For this reason, the previous guidance provided to the market on 3rd February, 2020 is no longer valid. In that context and based on a tight monitoring of the situation, Ingenico Group has defined major business assumptions and several recovery scenarios that have been integrated to assess the potential organic growth profile for FY’20. Our major business assumptions are based on a staged end of confinements for Europe and the United States from mid-May to June 2020, a progressive pick-up in consumption while stores re-open depending on sanitary constraints, a central scenario on travel with no recovery of international travel before end 2020 and a gradual pick-up on regional travel, and some possible short and local re-confinements in the countries in which the Group operates.Based on these assumptions, the Group has derived the three following scenarios structured around different recovery curves, all articulated around a conservative c.20 % organic decline in Q2: * Scenario 1: return to the pre-Covid-19 4% to 6% organic growth guidance in Q4’20 leading to a mid-single digit organic decline in FY’20; * Scenario 2: return to the pre-Covid-19 4% to 6% organic growth guidance in December 2020 leading to a mid to high single digit organic decline in FY’20; * Scenario 3: return to the pre-Covid-19 4% to 6% organic growth guidance in Q1’21 leading to a high single digit organic decline in FY’20.In this context, Ingenico Group has sized and activated in early March a strong and holistic action plan aimed at adapting its cost structure, protecting profitability and preserving cash. This sizing was decided upon the basis of the most conservative scenario (Scenario 3). Consequently, on top of the Fit for Growth plan that will deliver €35 million EBITDA impact in 2020, this C19 action plan implemented during Q1’20 will deliver €100 million added EBITDA impact in 2020. The combination of the two plans will reduce the Group’s operating expenses and other cost of sales by up to 13 %.  The Covid-19 action plan is already fully in execution and is focused on a holistic approach of the Group cost structure: * Labor cost: full hiring freeze including replacements, use of partial unemployment measures in 6 countries (France, Belgium, UK, Norway, Austria and Taiwan). Critical positions are to be approved by the Group CEO only, * Travel: full travel freeze, * External services: 30% reduction in sub-contractor services, all spending above €5K to be approved by the Group CFO and strong reduction in discretionary spending, * Capex: tight allocation of capital preserving Fit for Growth projects for 2021 business growth.In that context, Ingenico Group revises its FY’20 guidance as follows: * Net revenue: a mid to high single digit organic decline (was formerly 4- 6 % organic growth) * EBITDA: an EBITDA margin above 21% (20.9% in FY’19) (was formerly above €650 million) * Free cash-flow conversion: a FCF conversion above 50% (unchanged) * No dividend payment (was formerly a pay-out ratio of 35 %)On this last point, to be consistent with the partial unemployment measures, the Board of Directors has exceptionally decided not to propose a dividend distribution this year. This proposal will be presented to the Annual General Meeting of shareholders on 11th June, 2020.Ingenico Group’s long-term growth drivers remain intact and we are convinced that the Group should come out of the current crisis even stronger with the engagement of all of the teams serving our clients for the benefit of all of our stakeholders.  Audio Webcast & Conference CallThe first quarter 2020 revenue will be discussed in an audio webcast and a Group telephone conference call to be held on 22nd April 2020 at 6.00pm Paris time (5.00pm UK time). The presentation and audio webcast will be accessible at www.ingenico.com/finance. The call will be accessible by dialling one of the following numbers: +33 (0) 1 70 37 71 66 (from France), +1 212 999 6659 (from the US) and +44 20 3003 2666 (from other countries) with the conference password: Ingenico 2020.This press release contains forward-looking statements. The trends and objectives given in this release are based on data, assumptions and estimates considered reasonable by Ingenico Group. These data, assumptions and estimates may change or be amended as a result of uncertainties connected in particular to the performance of Ingenico Group and its subsidiaries. These forward-looking statements in no case constitute a guarantee of future performance, and involve risks and uncertainties. Actual performance may differ materially from that expressed or suggested in the forward-looking statements. Ingenico Group therefore makes no firm commitment on the realization of the growth objectives shown in this release. Ingenico Group and its subsidiaries, as well as their executives, representatives, employees and respective advisors, undertake no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements contained in this release, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise. This release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy or subscribe for securities or financial instruments.About Ingenico GroupIngenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) is shaping the future of payments for sustainable and inclusive growth. As a global leader in seamless payments, we provide merchants with smart, trusted and secure solutions to empower commerce across all channels and enable simplification of payments and deliver customer promises. We are the trusted and proactive world-class partner for financial institutions and retailers, from small merchants to the world’s best-known global brands. We have a global footprint with more than 8,000 employees, 90 nationalities and a commercial presence in 170 countries. Our international community of payment experts anticipates the evolutions of commerce and consumer lifestyles to provide our clients with leading-edge complete solutions wherever they are needed. www.ingenico.com @ingenicoFor more experts’ views, visit our blog.Contacts / Ingenico GroupInvestors Laurent Marie - VP Investor Relations & Financial Communication (T): +33 (0)1 58 01 83 24 laurent.marie@ingenico.comMedia Hélène Carlander - PR Officer (T): +33 (0)7 72 25 96 04 helene.carlander@ingenico.com Upcoming eventsAnnual General Meeting: 11th June 2020  EXHIBIT 1 GROSS AND NET REVENUEFollowing the achievement of the Group operating model redesign, the reporting has been adjusted as follow: * Restatement of Healthcare France contribution after the disposal of the entity end 2019 * Mexico revenue recognition in North America versus Latin America previously following a change in management responsibilityIn parallel, as announced and to provide a greater transparency and to make it easier to read the performance, revenue are now reported on a net basis (excluding interchange fees). 1\. FORMER REPORTING ON REPORTED BASIS (GROSS REVENUE)     In Millions of euros Q1 2019 Q2 2019 Q3 2019 Q4 2019 2019 Retail 435  471  501  512  1,919  SMBs 79  85 90  89  343  Global Online 133  141 152  155  582  Enterprise 91  104 101  116  412  Payone 131  142 158  152  582  Banks & Acquirers 318  387 379  367  1,451  EMEA 110  130 116  118  473  Latin America 65  78 96  85  325  North America 31  42 56  60  189  APAC 112  136 111  104  463  TOTAL 753  858 880  879  3,370              2\. NEW REPORTING ON A PRO FORMA BASIS (GROSS REVENUE)     In Millions of euros Q1 2019 PF Q2 2019 PF Q3 2019 PF Q4 2019 PF 2019 PF Retail 430  464  500  512  1,906  SMBs 79  85  90  89  343  Global Online 133  141  152  155  582  Enterprise 87  96  99  116  399  Payone 131  142  158  152  582  Banks & Acquirers 319  389 376  365  1,449  EMEA 111  132 117  119  479  Latin America 57  72 83  81  293  North America 37  46 62  57  201  APAC 115  140 114  108  477  TOTAL 749  853  875  878  3,355   3\. FORMER REPORTING ON REPORTED BASIS (NET REVENUE)     In Millions of euros Q1 2019 Q2 2019 Q3 2019 Q4 2019 2019 Retail 324  351  376  394  1,444  SMBs 57  60 64  66  246  Global Online 85  90 99  101  374  Enterprise 91  104 101  116  412  Payone 91  98 112  111  412  Banks & Acquirers 318  387 379  367  1,451  EMEA 110  130 116  118  473  Latin America 65  78 96  85  325  North America 31  42 56  60  189  APAC 112  136 111  104  463  TOTAL 642  738 755  761  2,895              4\. NEW REPORTING ON A PRO FORMA BASIS (NET REVENUE)     In Millions of euros Q1 2019 PF Q2 2019 PF Q3 2019 PF Q4 2019 PF 2019 PF Retail 319  344  374  394  1,431  SMBs 57  60  64  66  246  Global Online 85  90  99  101  375  Enterprise 87  96  99  116  399  Payone 91  98  112  111  412  Banks & Acquirers 319  389 376  365  1,449  EMEA 111  132 117  119  479  Latin America 57  72 83  81  293  North America 37  46 62  57  201  APAC 115  140 114  108  477  TOTAL 638  733  750  760  2,881  * * *  1 On a like-for-like basis and at constant rate on net revenues  2 25% reduction of fixed and variable remuneration for Nicolas Huss and 25% reduction of fixed remuneration for Bernard Bourigeaud during the unemployment period. 25% reduction of Board members remunerations for Bernard Bourigeaud and all Board members for the full year 2020.   Attachment * Q120_PR_ING_GROUP_22_04_20

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    INGENICO GROUP: Q1 Revenue Conference Invitation

    Nicolas HussCEO is pleased to invite you to our first quarter revenue conference onWednesday, April 22 at 6pm (Paris time - CET)üWebcastThe audio conference and the slides of the presentation will be available online on Ingenico Group’s website clicking on the following link:                         https://www.ingenico.com/finance * Conference call:      Password: Ingenico 2020   * France Toll:                +33 (0) 1 70 37 71 66   * UK Toll:                       +44 20 3003 2666           * USA Toll:                    +1 212 999 6659           About Ingenico GroupIngenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING) is shaping the future of payments for sustainable and inclusive growth. As a global leader in seamless payments, we provide merchants with smart, trusted and secure solutions to empower commerce across all channels and enable simplification of payments and deliver customer promises. We are the trusted and proactive world-class partner for financial institutions and retailers, from small merchants to the world’s best-known global brands. We have a global footprint with more than 8,000 employees, 90 nationalities and a commercial presence in 170 countries. Our international community of payment experts anticipates the evolutions of commerce and consumer lifestyles to provide our clients with leading-edge complete solutions wherever they are needed. www.ingenico.com @ingenicoFor more experts’ views, visit our blog   Attachment * Q1_2020_Revenue_Earnings_Invitation

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    INGENICO GROUP: First quarter 2020 revenue publication date AGM holding date

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    European hedge funds struggle as short-selling bans disrupt strategies

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    LIVE MARKETS-"Chasing the unicorns": DAX at new record

    * European stocks rise: STOXX, DAX hit record highs * AMS dips despite Q4 beat, share sale for Osram takeover in focus * Central bankers: eyes on Lagarde, Carney and Powell speeches * TUI surges on coronavirus fears respite Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters. You can share your thoughts with Thyagaraju Adinarayan (thyagaraju.adinarayan@tr.com), Joice Alves (joice.alves@tr.com), Julien Ponthus (julien.ponthus@tr.com) in London and Danilo Masoni (danilo.masoni@tr.com) in Milan. "CHASING THE UNICORNS": DAX AT NEW RECORD (1628 GMT) Germany's exporter-heavy DAX index has climbed to a new record high, mirroring Wall Street benchmarks, but there's a lot of scepticism out there over whether these gains are justified, given China and the country's internal troubles.

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    LIVE MARKETS-Powell, pleeaasse, some more of theeese!

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    LIVE MARKETS-Earnings so far: "Moving in the right direction"

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    LIVE MARKETS-Watch the virus' reproduction rate

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Why utilities are so hot

    * STOXX 600 flat, FTSE 100 up 0.4% * Ingenico top riser in Europe on Worldline takeover offer * UK manufacturing ends longest decline since financial crisis Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net WHY UTILITIES ARE SO HOT (1037 GMT) With a nearly 10% relative outperformance so far in 2020 utilities are becoming a hot spot for investors. It may be for their defensive qualities and bond-like features that utilities are getting attention, as virus fears slow economic growth expectations, but it also looks like the transition to a greener world is going to inject new life into this investment space.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-The harder the fall, the bigger the bounce

    * PMI: UK manufacturing ends long decline Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. It is also worth noting that Ingenico shares are trading well below Worldline's 123.1 euro per share offer price.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-On Our Radar: Drugmakers, Ryanair, Worldline

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Futures point to a higher open in Europe after Brexit and reports on Saturday that Boris Johnson would consider a looser trade agreement with the European Union, similar to the bloc's ties with Australia, rather than follow EU rules to reach a closer deal. Meantime, UK drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline is also on the radar after it said it is collaborating with the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus outbreak.

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