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Ingenico Q4 Revenue Up 13% - Quick Facts

Ingenico (INGIF.PK) Wednesday said its fourth quarter revenue was €353 million, up 13 percent on a reported basis and 10 percent on a comparable basis.

The company said this included a positive foreign exchange impact of €5 million. Total revenue included €294 million generated by the Payment Terminal activity and €59 million generated by Transaction Services.

In 2012, the net profit attributable to Ingenico S.A. shareholders was €97 million, up 71% from €56 million in 2011. In 2012, net earnings per share were €1.87, up from €1.11 in 2011.

Revenue for full year 2012 was €1.206 billion, up 20 percent on a reported basis and 14 percent on a comparable basis.

EBITDA increased by 21 percent to €223 million, up from €184 million in 2011. The EBITDA margin increased by 50 basis points to 18.5 percent of revenue, as against restated pro forma 2011.

Ingenico expects to post a revenue growth greater or equal than 8% on a comparable basis and an EBITDA1 margin growth of 18.5% or higher.

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