Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s largest live entertainment company, has inked a deal with Appetize for full suite of POS products. The deal is expected to roll out the payment platform across 32 of the company’s U.S. venues.
EverBank Financial Corp announced that EverBank has entered into an amended consent order with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and will continue to work toward the completion of all remaining actionable items related to its foreclosure programs identified under an April 2011 consent order with federal regulators.
Jacksonville, FL-based FIS reported fourth quarter revenue increased to $1689 million from $1579 million or 7.0% year-on-year (Y/Y). FIS says the outlook for revenue growth and earnings per share in 2015 is revenue growth of 5% to 7%.
Jacksonville, FL-based FIS reported third quarter revenue increased 6.9% to $1.605 billion from $1.502 billion a year earlier. GAAP net earnings from continuing operations was $152 million down 13.1%,compared to $175 million in the prior year quarter.
FIS has once again received the No. 1 position on the IDC Financial Insights 2014 FinTech Rankings Top 100. This is the fourth year in a row FIS has topped the list.
CardWeb’s CardExecs database today features Nancy Murphy, SVP of Investor Relations at FIS. FIS is the world’s largest provider of banking and payments technology solutions.
FIS banking and payments technology, its NYCE® Payments Network and MasterCard announced a licensing agreement that will make MasterCard’s EMV debit solution available to all NYCE participants. EMV chip card adoption is a common goal of the U.S. payments industry, designed to increase card transaction security and decrease card-based fraud. This agreement provides all NYCE Network participants with an EMV license with respect to MasterCard products and continues the advancement toward a secure payment environment. This agreement permits FIS to offer a MasterCard-NYCE solution to all NYCE participants, bringing full EMV deployment across the U.S. another step closer.
Fidelity National Information Services announced the pricing of its sale of $300 million in aggregate principal amount of 1.450% Senior Notes due 2017 and $700 million in aggregate principal amount of 3.875% Senior Notes due 2024 (together, the “Notes”). The Notes will be guaranteed by certain of FIS’ subsidiaries. FIS intends to use the net proceeds from this offering to repay the entire outstanding principal amount of and accrued interest on its revolving credit facility, to repay up to $550 million of the outstanding principal amount of its Term Loan A-4 and for general corporate purposes. Any remaining proceeds will be used, together with additional borrowings under FIS’ revolving credit facility, to fund the purchase, through a call for redemption intended to be effective on or about July 15, 2014, of the entire $500 million aggregate principal amount of its 7.875% senior notes due 2020.
FIS banking and payments technology won “Best Mobile Banking Technology” at the 2014 World Finance Technology Awards.The World Finance Technology Awards, produced by international financial magazine World Finance, were created to celebrate “achievement, innovation and brilliance” in technological advancements. Nominations are based on reader insight, and are judged by a panel with more than 230 years of financial and business journalism experience. In addition, each award winner is carefully reviewed by a research team to make sure its work is of the highest caliber. This is the fourth major award FIS’ mobile business has received in the last six months, including: 2014 Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Enhancement Award for FIS Mobile Wallet, 2013 Best in Class Mobile Banking Vendor Overall by Javelin Strategy & Research No. 1 in Top 3 Mobile Banking Vendor Standards and Customized Solutions and No. 1 in Top 3 Mobile Banking Standard Solutions by Javelin Strategy & Research.
FIS announced the acquisition of CMSI consumer loan origination software and services for undisclosed transaction terms. CMSI is a leading provider of consumer loan origination and portfolio management software to a broad spectrum of financial institutions within the U.S. and Canada ranging from community-based institutions to large, international lenders.
FIS and its NYCE® Payments Network announced a licensing agreement to make the Visa® EMV® debit solution available to all NYCE participants. This agreement furthers the U.S. payments industry goal of EMV adoption and is NYCE’s first formal EMV license, which can be used by NYCE Network participants with respect to Visa card products. Fundamental to the agreement is the support of key NYCE participant business flexibilities, including portability between debit networks for issuers, routing choice for merchants at the point of sale and issuers at NYCE ATMs. At the same time, it ensures that NYCE will have access to Visa EMV technology in perpetuity to support NYCE clients and NYCE will be able to support transactions using all authentication types.
FIS is furthering EMV production and transitions with its programs for more than 50 financial institutions over the last 12 months. Offering implementation and issuance programs for providers looking to upgrade to the EMV standard used across most of the world, FIS has taken a leading role in several EMV initiatives that support financial institutions, retailers, government entities and individual consumers. Through its NYCE Payments Network, FIS is one of 10 founding members of the Debit Network Alliance (DNA). A collaborative effort of 10 of the largest debit PIN networks, Debit Network Alliance is working to create a standard for EMV debit card processing that will meet Durbin Amendment rules and allow for an open and competitive debit network marketplace. Its Travel EMV Prepaid Card program allows banks to quickly and easily sell prepaid smart cards to customers without implementation costs.