New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency, The Commerce Commission, has finally cleared the way for global payment services company Ingenico Group to acquire 100% of the shares of payments provider Paymark.
Payment service providers in the Asia Pacific region have been driven to offering online pay-later options to consumers hampered by limited borrowing options – with Australian consumers, and their Chinese counterparts, leading the way as early adopters of the deferred payments concept.
New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, is considering a clearance application from global payment services company Ingenico Group to acquire 100% of shares in the bank-owned Paymark Limited.
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