WDI.DE - Wirecard AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
116.90
-1.10 (-0.93%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close118.00
Open117.10
Bid117.20 x 37100
Ask117.20 x 20900
Day's range116.05 - 118.35
52-week range86.00 - 170.70
Volume957,206
Avg. volume1,569,355
Market cap14.445B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.56
PE ratio (TTM)30.00
EPS (TTM)3.90
Earnings date6 Nov 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.20 (0.17%)
Ex-dividend date2019-06-19
1y target est205.49
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  • Uber denies report it in talks with Germany's Wirecard
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    Uber denies report it in talks with Germany's Wirecard

    Ride hailing company Uber denied a German magazine report on Thursday that it was considering hiring Wirecard as its main payments partner to replace Dutch platform Adyen . "We are not in conversations with Wirecard for card acquiring," an Uber spokeswoman said in an email to Reuters when asked whether the report, in Manager Magazine, was accurate. Acquiring is handling customer payments on behalf of merchants.

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  • Wirecard Defends Accounting After Report of Delayed Audit
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    Wirecard Defends Accounting After Report of Delayed Audit

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.Wirecard AG said it followed all reporting obligations properly amid renewed concerns about its accounting practices related to a delayed audit of the German company’s accounts in Singapore.Ernst & Young couldn’t form a “final audit opinion” on the Singapore operations based on local SFRS accounting standards because the firm couldn’t access all documents due to restrictions from an ongoing investigation in the Asian country, Wirecard said in a statement Wednesday, rejecting a report by the Handelsblatt newspaper. The shares fell as much as 7.6% in Frankfurt trading.The delay was not due to, “as mistakenly suggested in the article, by irregularities,” Wirecard said. “The local financial statements were duly audited within this scope.” Spokespeople for Ernst & Young in Germany and Singapore declined to comment, citing client confidentiality.Wirecard’s shares have whipsawed this year after several media reports raised questions about accounting methods, all of which the company has rejected. The digital payments company is bolstering best practices by ramping up the number of employees in compliance by about 50% to 230 this year and by splitting its legal and compliance departments.Not everyone’s convinced by Wirecard’s explanation. Ernst & Young didn’t just stumble over documents held by investigators, it also failed to attain “adequate explanation” for other transactions, Mirabaud analyst Neil Campling said Wednesday, citing the 2017 report of Wirecard’s Singapore unit.‘Not Reassuring’“Wirecard’s statement isn’t reassuring at all,” Campling said by phone. “We’re still awaiting the outcome of the investigation in Singapore, and it’s highly unlikely that Wirecard will file the 2018 Singapore account anytime soon.”Wirecard was down 5% at 115.15 euros at 10:28 a.m. The shares have fallen about 13% this year.Ernst & Young can’t determine the adequacy, completeness and accuracy of the financial statements of Wirecard Singapore unit, German daily Handelsblatt reported late Tuesday, citing a statement from the auditor filed to the Singapore financial regulator.Wirecard said the restrictions weren’t relevant for the audits of the consolidated financial statements in accordance with IFRS, adding that its annual reports for 2017 and 2018 aren’t affected.“All reporting obligations have been followed properly including the auditor’s opinion on the local stand-alone Financial Statements 2017,” which has been filed with authorities in Singapore, Wirecard said. “The reporting of the stand-alone financial statements for the financial year 2018 is close to completion.”(Adds analyst comment from fifth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Ameya Karve.To contact the reporters on this story: Stefan Nicola in Berlin at snicola2@bloomberg.net;Jan-Patrick Barnert in Frankfurt at jbarnert3@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Giles Turner at gturner35@bloomberg.net, Chris Reiter, Andrew BlackmanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Wirecard says 2017 audit of Singapore unit not concluded due to probe
    Reuters

    Wirecard says 2017 audit of Singapore unit not concluded due to probe

    German payments company Wirecard said restrictions imposed by authorities in Singapore resulted in the local auditor being unable to conclude its 2017 audit, sending the group's shares 8.5% lower in pre-market trading. "These restrictions were not relevant for the audit of the Consolidated Financial Statements in accordance with IFRS," Wirecard said in a statement on Wednesday, adding that its 2017 and 2018 financial reports remained unaffected. On Tuesday evening, German business daily Handelsblatt reported that auditor EY refused to sign off on the Singapore audit of Wirecard for 2017, citing irregularities.

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  • Wirecard widens KPMG audit in effort to end accounting questions
    Reuters

    Wirecard widens KPMG audit in effort to end accounting questions

    Wirecard said on Wednesday it had widened the scope of a KPMG audit to draw a line under allegations that it manipulated its accounts, adding that it expects to be cleared in a Singapore police investigation. The German payments company last month brought in KPMG to investigate allegations by the Financial Times, which Wirecard denies, that its finance team sought to inflate reported sales and profits at its units in Ireland and Dubai. "We can totally confirm today that all of these allegations are unfounded," Wirecard chief executive Markus Braun said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Wirecard widens KPMG audit in effort to end accounting questions

    Wirecard said on Wednesday it had widened the scope of a KPMG audit to draw a line under allegations that it manipulated its accounts, adding that it expects to be cleared in a Singapore police investigation. The German payments company last month brought in KPMG to investigate allegations by the Financial Times, which Wirecard denies, that its finance team sought to inflate reported sales and profits at its units in Ireland and Dubai. "We can totally confirm today that all of these allegations are unfounded," Wirecard chief executive Markus Braun said.

  • PR Newswire

    Wirecard Expands Its Global Financial Platform Services with Market Entry Into China, Investing in Licenses for Digital Payments

    - Controlling stake in Beijing -based Payment Service Provider     - Unique license portfolio including cross-border license   - Strong growth potential by supporting Chinese and international companies ...

  • Wirecard (ETR:WDI) Seems To Use Debt Rather Sparingly
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    Wirecard (ETR:WDI) Seems To Use Debt Rather Sparingly

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