A report published by consulting group Capgemini shows that the number of non-cash transactions rose 8.9 per cent in 2014 to reach 387.2 billion.
If it goes ahead, the merger would value Worldpay, the UK’s largest payments provider, at £9.1bn and would create a global payments giant with a combined market value of more than bn (£15.5bn).
The deal values Worldpay shares at £3.80 each plus a 5p dividend, a 20.7 per cent premium above their closing price on 29 June.
Under the terms of the potential merger, the ordinary shareholders of Worldpay would receive 55p per share plus 0.0672 new Vantiv shares, the companies said in a statement.
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