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Nuvei Announces Second Quarter 2023 Results, Introduces Quarterly Cash Dividend

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MONTREAL, Aug. 09, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  Nuvei Corporation (“Nuvei” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: NVEI) (TSX: NVEI), the Canadian fintech company, today reported its financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2023.

“Nuvei delivered solid second quarter results with Total volume and revenue increasing 68% and 45%, respectively, as we continued to advance our strategic initiatives and scale our platform. The quarter was notable for the number of new customer wins and growing pipeline across all regions, as well as wallet share expansion opportunities with existing customers, underscoring momentum in the business and laying the foundation for sustainable long-term growth,” said Philip Fayer, Nuvei Chair and CEO. “While we see continued momentum in the business, we have updated our outlook for the remainder of the year. Our strong cash generation profile provides us with ample flexibility. As a result, we intend to prioritize debt repayment and remain committed to returning excess capital to shareholders with the introduction of a quarterly cash dividend.”

Financial Highlights for the Three Months Ended June 30, 2023

  • Total volume(1) increased 68% to $50.6 billion from $30.1 billion;
    • Total volume growth at constant currency(1) was 67%;
    • Total organic volume growth at constant currency(1) was 23%;
    • eCommerce represented 88% of Total volume;
  • Revenue increased 45% to $307.0 million from $211.3 million;
    • Revenue growth at constant currency(2) was 45%, increasing to $307.4 million from $211.3 million;
    • Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency(2) was 20%, with Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency(2) increasing to $211.9 million from $176.3 million.
  • Net income was $11.6 million compared to net income of $35.1 million;
    • Results include an increase in finance cost of $31.3 million mainly related to amounts drawn under the Company’s new reducing revolving credit facility;
  • Adjusted EBITDA(2) increased by 19% to $110.3 million from $92.9 million;
  • Adjusted net income(2) decreased by 22% to $58.1 million from $74.7 million;
  • Net income per diluted share was $0.07 compared to net income per diluted share of $0.23;
    • Results include an increase in finance cost related to amounts drawn under the Company’s new reducing revolving credit facility, net of taxes, of approximately $0.20 per diluted share;
  • Adjusted net income per diluted share(2) decreased by 24% from $0.51 to $0.39 ;
  • Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures(2) increased by 19% to $95.9 million from $80.8 million;
    and
  • Repayments of loans and borrowings totaled $55.3 million, with approximately $44 million of this amount representing repayments that were voluntary.

Financial Highlights for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2023

  • Total volume(1) increased 57% to $93.0 billion from $59.3 billion;
    • eCommerce represented 89% of Total volume;
    • Total volume growth at constant currency(1) was 58% with Total volume at constant currency(1) increasing to $93.6 billion from $59.3 billion;
    • Total organic volume growth at constant currency was 21%;
  • Revenue increased 32% to $563.5 million from $425.8 million;
    • Revenue growth at constant currency(2) was 34% with Revenue at constant currency(2) increasing to $570.1 million from $425.8 million;
    • Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency (2) was 23% with Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency increasing to $425.9 million from $346.5 million.
  • Net income decreased to $3.3 million from $39.6 million;
    • Results include an increase in finance cost of $42.0 million mainly related to amounts drawn under the Company’s new reducing revolving credit facility;
  • Adjusted EBITDA(2) increased by 12% to $206.6 million from $184.4 million;
  • Adjusted net income(2) decreased by 15% to $122.5 million from $143.7 million;
  • Net income per diluted share decreased to $0.00 from $0.25;
    • Results include an increase in finance cost related to amounts drawn under the Company’s new reducing revolving credit facility, net of taxes, of approximately $0.26 per diluted share;
  • Adjusted net income per diluted share(2) decreased by 14% to $0.83 from $0.97;
  • Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures(2) increased by 10% to $179.5 million from $163.3 million; and
  • Share repurchases totaled 1,350,000 shares for total cash consideration of $56 million.

(1) Total volume, Total volume at constant currency, and Total organic volume at constant currency do not represent revenue earned by the Company, but rather the total dollar value of transactions processed by merchants under contractual agreement with the Company. See “Non-IFRS and Other Financial Measures”.

(2) Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA margin, Revenue at constant currency, Revenue growth at constant currency, Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Adjusted net income, Adjusted net income per diluted share and Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures are non-IFRS measures and non-IFRS ratios. These measures are not recognized measures under IFRS and do not have standardized meanings prescribed by IFRS and therefore may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. See “Non-IFRS and Other Financial Measures”.

Operational Highlights

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  • The Company has organized its business through three channels:
    • Core global commerce(3) is the Company’s largest and fastest growing channel. Revenue grew 16% year-over-year, to $172 million. Organic core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency was 34% with Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency increasing to $152.1 million from $113.2 million. Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies was 35% with Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies increasing to $152.4 million from $113.2 million. Core global commerce represented 56% of Nuvei’s revenue in the second quarter of 2023;
    • Emerging B2B, government & integrated payments channel(3) revenue grew 13% year-over-year on a pro forma basis(1)(7), to $54 million and represented 18% of the Company’s revenue in the second quarter of 2023; and
    • Legacy small and medium sized businesses (“SMB”) channel(3) revenue declined 5% year-over-year on a pro forma basis(1)(7), to $81 million and represented 26% of revenue in the second quarter of 2023.
  • From a regional perspective, revenue for the second quarter of 2023 increased 108% to $173.9 million in North America, remained stable at $119.2 million in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”), increased 77% to $12.3 million in Latin America (“LATAM”), and increased 67% to $1.7 million in Asia Pacific (“APAC”).
  • The integration of Paya and achievement of the estimated $21 million cost synergies within 24 months post-closing is currently progressing according to plan. Additionally, the Company has begun to execute on its strategy to realize between $50 million and $100 million of estimated new revenue synergy opportunities by 2027.
  • Nuvei signed several new customers and expanded wallet share with existing customers across channels and geographical regions;
    • In Core global commerce(3), the Company signed Cart.com, RentCars, and InDrive, amongst many others including one of the fastest-growing global online marketplaces, and three top-20 global airlines;         
    • In the Emerging channel:
      • In B2B, the Company expanded its TAM by adding two new global enterprise resource and planning (“ERP”) leaders, Infor and SAP to its list of partners. The Company also expanded its existing ERP engagements beyond the United States to all reaches of the globe. New accounts increased 27% year-over-year, which the Company believes contributes to the growth potential of B2B;
      • In Government, the Company onboarded the US Virgin Islands, the cities of St. Petersburg (Florida) and Erie (Colorado) to support public water utilities, and Llano County (Texas), for processing property taxes, amongst many other wins;
      • In Integrated Payments, the Company partnered with two large integrated software vendors (“ISVs”) each processing over $1 billion of annual volume and servicing over 20,000 unique locations across North America.
  • In terms of technology, product and innovation, the Company:
    • Further scaled the business with over 16 million daily interactions, and innovated with 36 releases year-to-date driving 2,500 new enhancements;
    • Added multiple new alternative payment methods (“APMs”), increasing its portfolio to 634 at the end of the second quarter, expanding access and allowing its customers to accept more forms of regionally familiar and preferred digital payment methods;
    • Launched its artificial intelligence (AI)-driven data and analytics platform providing insights that help optimize approval rates for its customers;
    • Continued to advance its domestic processing capabilities for global airline customers;
    • Released the first phase of its new global chargeback suite, which is expected to benefit customers by automating significant portions of the dispute resolution process.
  • Nuvei expanded its Board of Directors to eight members with the appointment of independent director Coretha Rushing, who joins the Nuvei Board with over 36 years of human resources experience. Ms. Rushing has held numerous executive leadership positions, including at Equifax, The Coca-Cola Company, and IBM. She currently serves on the Boards of Directors of thredUP and 2U, Inc.
  • The Company ended the second quarter of 2023 with 2,089 employees.

Cash Dividend
Nuvei today announced that its Board of Directors has authorized and declared a cash dividend of $0.10 per subordinate voting share and multiple voting share, payable on September 5, 2023 to shareholders of record as of August 21, 2023. The aggregate amount of the dividend is expected to be approximately $15 million, to be funded from the Company’s existing cash on hand.

The Company, for the purposes of the Income Tax Act (Canada) and any similar provincial or territorial legislation, designates the dividend declared for the quarter ending June 30, 2023, and any future dividends, to be eligible dividends. The Company further expects to report such dividend as a dividend to U.S. shareholders for U.S. federal income tax purposes. Subject to applicable limitations, dividends paid to certain non-corporate U.S. shareholders may be eligible for taxation as “qualified dividend income” and therefore may be taxable at rates applicable to long-term capital gains. A U.S. shareholder should talk to its advisor regarding such dividend, including with respect to the “extraordinary dividend” provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (US).

The declaration, timing, amount and payment of future dividends remain at the discretion of the Board of Directors, as more fully described under the heading “Forward-Looking Information” of this press release

Financial Outlook(4)
For the three months ending September 30, 2023 and the fiscal year ending December 31, 2023, Nuvei anticipates Total volume(1), Revenue, Revenue at constant currency(2) and Adjusted EBITDA(2) to be in the ranges below. The Company has revised its growth expectations for the second half of the year, primarily due to two factors. The first and more significant factor relates to longer than anticipated lag times in new business. The second factor stems from the Company’s recent decision to exit its relationship with a large customer. The Company estimates it has approximately $100 million in annualized revenue in various stages that it expects to activate within the next four quarters. Nuvei now expects Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency(2) to be between 16% and 20% for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2023.

The financial outlook, including the various underlying assumptions, constitute forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable securities laws and is fully qualified and based on a number of assumptions and subject to a number of risks described under the headings “Forward-Looking Information” and “Financial Outlook and Growth Targets Assumptions” of this press release.

  Three months ending September 30, Year ending December 31,
  2023 2023
  Forward-looking Forward-looking Forward-looking
    Previous Revised
(In US dollars) $ $ $
Total volume(1) (in billions) 47.5 – 49.5 196 – 202 193197
Revenue (in millions) 300308 1,225 – 1,264 1,1701,195
Revenue at constant currency(2) (in millions) 294302 1,226 – 1,266 1,1571,182
Adjusted EBITDA(2) (in millions) 105110 456 – 477 417432

Growth Targets

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In addition to category-leading growth in its Core global commerce channel(3), the Company believes it has a defined path to accelerate the growth in its Emerging B2B, government & integrated payments channel(3) to 20%-plus over the medium term. Given the mix of channels and their expected contribution to consolidated growth, Nuvei is updating its medium-term revenue growth target to a range of 15-20% while the Company executes on expanded end market and distribution opportunities in pursuit of its growth initiatives.

Nuvei’s updated medium-term(5) annual growth target for revenue, as well as its medium-term(5) target for capital expenditures (acquisition of intangible assets and property and equipment) as a percentage of revenue and long-term(5) target for Adjusted EBITDA margin(3), are shown in the table below. Nuvei’s targets are intended to provide insight into the execution of its strategy as it relates to growth, profitability and cash generation. These medium(5) and long-term(5) targets should not be considered as projections, forecasts or expected results but rather goals that we seek to achieve from the execution of our strategy over time, and at a further stage of business maturity, through geographic expansion, product innovation, growing wallet share with existing customers and new customer wins, as more fully described under the heading “Summary of Factors Affecting our Performance” of our most recent Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations. These growth targets, including the various underlying assumptions, constitute forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable securities laws and are fully qualified and based on a number of assumptions and subject to a number of risks described under the headings “Forward-Looking Information” and “Financial Outlook and Growth Targets Assumptions” of this press release. We will review and revise these growth targets as economic, market and regulatory environments change.

  Growth Targets
Revenue 15% – 20% annual year-over-year growth in the medium-term(5)
Adjusted EBITDA margin(2) 50%+ over the long-term(5)
Capital expenditures(6) 4%6% of Revenue over the medium-term(5)

(1) Total volume, Total volume at constant currency, and Total organic volume at constant currency do not represent revenue earned by the Company, but rather the total dollar value of transactions processed by merchants under contractual agreement with the Company. See “Non-IFRS and Other Financial Measures”, including definitions of Nuvei Pro forma revenue growth, on an aggregate basis and by channel.

(2) Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA margin Revenue at constant currency, Revenue growth at constant currency, Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency and Organic core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Adjusted net income, Adjusted net income per diluted share and Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures are non-IFRS measures and non-IFRS ratios. These measures are not recognized measures under IFRS and do not have standardized meanings prescribed by IFRS and therefore may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. See “Non-IFRS and Other Financial Measures”.

(3) The Core global commerce channel, previously referred to as global eCommerce, represents revenue from merchant relationships developed by the Company’s sales representatives. The Emerging B2B, government & integrated payments channel represents integrations with software partners back-end Enterprise Resource Planning (“ERP”) accounting solutions and Customer Information System (“CIS”) that focus on B2B and Government customers, as well as integrations with software partners who are vertical focused front-end business practice and financial management software providers. The Legacy small and medium sized businesses channel represents customers who utilize Nuvei’s core technology infrastructure but generally do not originate through a software integration, and are more likely to be known as Small and Medium sized Businesses.

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(4) Other than with respect to revenue and capital expenditures as a percentage of revenue, the Company only provides guidance on a non-IFRS basis. The Company does not provide a reconciliation of forward-looking revenue at constant currency (non-IFRS), Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency (non-IFRS) to revenue, and Adjusted EBITDA (non-IFRS) to net income (loss) due to the inherent difficulty in forecasting and quantifying certain amounts that are necessary for such reconciliation such as predicting the future impact and timing of acquisitions and divestitures, foreign exchange rates and the volatility in digital assets. In periods where significant acquisitions or divestitures are not expected, the Company believes it might have a basis for forecasting the IFRS equivalent for certain costs, such as employee benefits, commissions and depreciation and amortization. However, because other deductions such as share-based payments, net finance costs, gain (loss) on financial instruments carried at fair market value and current and deferred income taxes used to calculate projected net income (loss) can vary significantly based on actual events, the Company is not able to forecast on an IFRS basis with reasonable certainty all deductions needed in order to provide an IFRS calculation of projected net income (loss). The amount of these deductions may be material and, therefore, could result in projected IFRS net income (loss) being materially less than projected Adjusted EBITDA (non-IFRS). These statements represent forward-looking information and may represent a financial outlook, and actual results may vary. See the risk and assumptions described under the headings “Forward-looking information” and “Financial Outlook and Growth Targets Assumptions” of this press release.

(5) The Company defines “Medium-term” as between three and five years and “long-term” as five to seven years.

(6) Capital expenditures means acquisition of property and equipment and acquisition of intangible assets.

(7) Pro forma revenue growth by channel is calculated as (i) Nuvei’s reported revenue for the relevant channel for the three months ended June 30, 2023 divided by (ii) Nuvei’s pro forma revenue for the relevant channel for the three months ended June 30, 2022. Nuvei’s pro forma revenue for the three months ended June 30, 2022 consists of (x) Nuvei’s reported revenue for the relevant channel for the three months ended June 30, 2022, plus (y) Paya’s reported revenue for the three months ended June 30, 2022, net of interchange fees in order to align with Nuvei’s presentation of revenue calculated in accordance with the accounting policies used to prepare the revenue line item presented in the Company’s financial statements under IFRS. See “Supplemental Financial Measures” for more detail.

Conference Call Information

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Nuvei will host a conference call to discuss its second quarter financial results today, Wednesday, August 9, 2023 at 8:30 am ET. Hosting the call will be Philip Fayer, Chair and CEO, and David Schwartz, CFO.

The conference call will be webcast live from the Company’s investor relations website at https://investors.nuvei.com under the “Events & Presentations” section. A replay will be available on the investor relations website following the call.

The conference call can also be accessed live over the phone by dialing 877-425-9470 (US/Canada toll-free), or 201-389-0878 (international). A replay will be available approximately one hour after the conclusion of the call and can be accessed by dialing 844-512-2921 (US/Canada toll-free), or 412-317-6671 (international); the conference ID is 13739016. The audio replay will be available through Wednesday, August 23, 2023.

About Nuvei

Nuvei (Nasdaq: NVEI) (TSX: NVEI) is the Canadian fintech company accelerating the business of clients around the world. Nuvei’s modular, flexible and scalable technology allows leading companies to accept next-gen payments, offer all payout options and benefit from card issuing, banking, risk and fraud management services. Connecting businesses to their customers in more than 200 markets, with local acquiring in 47 markets, 150 currencies and 634 alternative payment methods, Nuvei provides the technology and insights for customers and partners to succeed locally and globally with one integration.

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For more information, visit www.nuvei.com

Non-IFRS and Other Financial Measures

Nuvei’s unaudited condensed interim consolidated financial statements have been prepared in accordance with IFRS, applicable to the preparation of interim financial statements, including International Accounting Standard (“IAS”) 34, Interim Financial Reporting, as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board. The information presented in this press release includes non-IFRS financial measures, non-IFRS financial ratios and supplementary financial measures, namely Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA margin, Revenue at constant currency, Revenue growth at constant currency, Organic Revenue at constant currency, Organic revenue growth at constant currency, Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Adjusted net income, Adjusted net income per basic share, Adjusted net income per diluted share, Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures, Total volume, Total volume at constant currency, Total organic volume at constant currency, eCommerce volume Nuvei pro forma revenue and Nuvei pro forma revenue growth. These measures are not recognized measures under IFRS and do not have standardized meanings prescribed by IFRS and therefore may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. Rather, these measures are provided as additional information to complement IFRS measures by providing further understanding of our results of operations from our perspective. Accordingly, these measures should not be considered in isolation nor as a substitute for analysis of the Company’s financial statements reported under IFRS. These measures are used to provide investors with additional insight of our operating performance and thus highlight trends in Nuvei’s business that may not otherwise be apparent when relying solely on IFRS measures. We also believe that securities analysts, investors and other interested parties frequently use these non-IFRS and other financial measures in the evaluation of issuers. We also use these measures in order to facilitate operating performance comparisons from period to period, to prepare annual operating budgets and forecasts and to determine components of management compensation. We believe these measures are important additional measures of our performance, primarily because they and similar measures are used widely among others in the payment technology industry as a means of evaluating a company’s underlying operating performance.

Non-IFRS Financial Measures

Revenue at constant currency: Revenue at constant currency means revenue adjusted for the impact of foreign currency exchange fluctuations. This measure helps provide insight on comparable revenue growth by removing the effect of changes in foreign currency exchange rates year-over-year. Foreign currency exchange impact in the current period is calculated using prior period quarterly average exchange rates applied to the current period foreign currency amounts.

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Organic revenue at constant currency: Organic revenue at constant currency means revenue, as determined under IFRS, adjusted to exclude the revenue attributable to acquired businesses for a period of 12 months following their acquisition and excluding revenue attributable to divested businesses, adjusted for the impact of foreign currency exchange fluctuations. Foreign currency exchange impact in the current period is calculated using prior period quarterly average exchange rates applied to the current period foreign currency amounts. This measure helps provide insight on organic and acquisition-related growth and presents useful information about comparable revenue growth.

Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency: Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency means revenue excluding the revenue attributable to acquired businesses for a period of 12 months following their acquisition and excluding revenue attributable to divested businesses and digital assets and cryptocurrencies, and adjusted for the impact of foreign currency exchange fluctuations. This measure helps provide insight on comparable revenue growth by removing the effect of volatility in digital assets and cryptocurrencies and changes in foreign currency exchange rates year-over-year. Foreign currency exchange impact in the current period is calculated using prior period quarterly average exchange rates applied to the current period foreign currency amounts. The revenue attributable to digital assets and cryptocurrencies is calculated in accordance with the accounting policies used to prepare the revenue line item presented in the Company’s financial statements under IFRS.

Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency: Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency means revenue of our Core global commerce channel excluding the revenue attributable to acquired businesses for a period of 12 months following their acquisition and excluding revenue attributable to divested businesses and digital assets and cryptocurrencies, and adjusted for the impact of foreign currency exchange fluctuations. This measure helps provide insight on comparable revenue growth in our Core global commerce channel by removing the effect of volatility in digital assets and cryptocurrencies and changes in foreign currency exchange rates year-over-year. Foreign currency exchange impact in the current period is calculated using prior period quarterly average exchange rates applied to the current period foreign currency amounts. The revenue attributable to digital assets and cryptocurrencies and to our Core global commerce channel is calculated in accordance with the accounting policies used to prepare the revenue line item presented in the Company’s financial statements under IFRS.

Adjusted EBITDA: We use Adjusted EBITDA as a means to evaluate operating performance, by eliminating the impact of non-operational or non-cash items. Adjusted EBITDA is defined as net income (loss) before finance costs (recovery), finance income, depreciation and amortization, income tax expense, acquisition, integration and severance costs, share-based payments and related payroll taxes, loss (gain) on foreign currency exchange, and legal settlement and other.

Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures: We use Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures (which we define as acquisition of intangible assets and property and equipment) as a supplementary indicator of our operating performance.

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Adjusted net income: We use Adjusted net income as an indicator of business performance and profitability with our current tax and capital structure. Adjusted net income is defined as net income (loss) before acquisition, integration and severance costs, share-based payments and related payroll taxes, loss (gain) on foreign currency exchange, amortization of acquisition-related intangible assets, and the related income tax expense or recovery for these items. Adjusted net income also excludes change in redemption value of liability-classified common and preferred shares, change in fair value of share repurchase liability and accelerated amortization of deferred transaction costs and legal settlement and other.

Non-IFRS Financial Ratios

Revenue growth at constant currency: Revenue growth at constant currency means the year-over-year change in Revenue at constant currency divided by reported revenue in the prior period. We use Revenue growth at constant currency to provide better comparability of revenue trends year-over-year, without the impact of fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates.

Organic revenue growth at constant currency: Organic revenue growth at constant currency means the year-over-year change in Organic revenue at constant currency divided by comparable Organic revenue in the prior period. We use Organic revenue growth at constant currency to provide better comparability of revenue trends year-over-year, without the impact of acquisitions, divestitures and fluctuations in foreign currency exchanges rates.

Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency: Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency means the year-over-year change in Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency divided by comparable Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies in the prior period. We use Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency to provide better comparability of revenue trends year-over-year, without the impact of acquisitions, divestitures, volatility in digital assets and cryptocurrencies and fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates.

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Organic core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency: Organic core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency means the year-over-year change in Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency divided by comparable Organic core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies in the prior period. We use Organic core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency to provide better comparability of revenue trends year-over-year in our Core global commerce channel, without the impact of acquisitions, divestitures, volatility in digital assets and cryptocurrencies and fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates.

Adjusted EBITDA margin: Adjusted EBITDA margin means Adjusted EBITDA divided by revenue.

Adjusted net income per basic share and per diluted share: We use Adjusted net income per basic share and per diluted share as an indicator of performance and profitability of our business on a per share basis. Adjusted net income per basic share and per diluted share means Adjusted net income less net income attributable to non-controlling interest divided by the basic and diluted weighted average number of common shares outstanding for the period. The number of share-based awards used in the diluted weighted average number of common shares outstanding in the Adjusted net income per diluted share calculation is determined using the treasury stock method as permitted under IFRS.

Supplementary Financial Measures

We monitor the following key performance indicators to help us evaluate our business, measure our performance, identify trends affecting our business, formulate business plans and make strategic decisions. Our key performance indicators may be calculated in a manner that differs from similar key performance indicators used by other companies

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Total volume and eCommerce volume: We believe Total volume and eCommerce volume are indicators of performance of our business. Total volume and similar measures are used widely among others in the payments industry as a means of evaluating a company’s performance. We define Total volume as the total dollar value of transactions processed in the period by customers under contractual agreement with us. eCommerce volume is the portion of Total volume for which the transaction did not occur at a physical location. Total volume and eCommerce volume do not represent revenue earned by us. Total volume includes acquiring volume, where we are in the flow of funds in the settlement transaction cycle, gateway/technology volume, where we provide our gateway/technology services but are not in the flow of funds in the settlement transaction cycle, as well as the total dollar value of transactions processed relating to APMs and payouts. Since our revenue is primarily sales volume and transaction-based, generated from merchants’ daily sales and through various fees for value-added services provided to our customers, fluctuations in Total volume will generally impact our revenue.

Total volume at constant currency: Total volume at constant currency is used as an indicator of performance of our business on a more comparable foreign currency exchange basis. Total volume at constant currency means Total volume adjusted for the impact of foreign currency exchange fluctuations. This measure helps provide better comparability of business trends year-over-year, without the impact of fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates. Foreign currency exchange impact in the current period is calculated using prior period quarterly average exchange rates applied to the current period foreign currency amounts.

Total organic volume at constant currency: Total organic volume at constant currency is used as an indicator of performance of our business on a more comparable basis. This measure helps provide insight on organic and acquisition-related growth and presents useful information about comparable Total volume growth. Total organic volume at constant currency means Total volume excluding Total volume attributable to acquired businesses for a period of 12 months following their acquisition and excluding Total volume attributable to divested businesses, adjusted for the impact of foreign currency exchange fluctuations. Foreign currency exchange impact in the current period is calculated using prior period quarterly average exchange rates applied to the current period foreign currency amounts.

Nuvei Pro forma revenue: Nuvei Pro forma revenue represents Nuvei’s reported revenue after giving effect to the acquisition of Paya as though such acquisition had occurred at the beginning of the period presented. Nuvei pro forma revenue is presented both on an aggregated basis and by channel. In order to align with the Company’s presentation of revenue calculated in accordance with the accounting policies used to prepare the revenue line item presented in the Company’s financial statement under IFRS, Paya’s revenue contribution amounts are presented net of interchange fees, which was not the case for a small portion of fees prior to the acquisition of Paya by the Company. This presentation is consistent with the Pro forma disclosure required under IFRS in Nuvei’s condensed interim consolidated financial statements for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023. This measure helps provide insight on the combined revenue of the Nuvei and Paya businesses.

Nuvei Pro forma revenue growth: Nuvei Pro forma revenue growth represents Nuvei reported revenue divided by Nuvei Proforma revenue in the comparative year. This ratio is presented both on an aggregated basis and by channel. This ratio helps provide a better understanding of the additional contribution of the Paya business on Nuvei’s year-over-year revenue growth. Nuvei Pro forma revenue is used as a component of this ratio only until the completion of a full financial year following the acquisition of Paya.

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Forward-Looking Information

This press release contains “forward-looking information” and “forward-looking statements” (collectively, “Forward-looking information”) within the meaning of applicable securities laws, including Nuvei’s outlook on Total volume, Revenue, Revenue at constant currency, Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency, and Adjusted EBITDA for the three months ending September 30, 2023 and the year ending December 31, 2023 as well as medium and long-term targets on Revenue, Capital expenditures as a percentage of revenue, and Adjusted EBITDA margin. This forward-looking information is identified by the use of terms and phrases such as “may”, “would”, “should”, “could”, “expect”, “intend”, “estimate”, “anticipate”, “plan”, “foresee”, “believe”, or “continue”, the negative of these terms and similar terminology, including references to assumptions, although not all forward-looking information contains these terms and phrases. Particularly, statements relating to the Paya acquisition, including expectations regarding anticipated cost savings and synergies and the strength, complementarity and compatibility with Nuvei’s business; information regarding our expectations of future results, performance, achievements, prospects or opportunities or the markets in which we operate, expectations regarding industry trends and the size and growth rates of addressable markets, our business plans and growth strategies, addressable market opportunity for our solutions, expectations regarding growth and cross-selling opportunities and intention to capture an increasing share of addressable markets, the costs and success of our sales and marketing efforts, intentions to expand existing relationships, further penetrate verticals, enter new geographical markets, expand into and further increase penetration of international markets, intentions to selectively pursue and successfully integrate acquisitions, and expected acquisition outcomes and benefits, future investments in our business and anticipated capital expenditures, our expectation to prioritize share repurchases with excess cash, our intention to continuously innovate, differentiate and enhance our platform and solutions, expected pace of ongoing legislation of regulated activities and industries, our competitive strengths and competitive position in our industry, expectations regarding our revenue, revenue mix and the revenue generation potential of our solutions, expectations regarding our margins and future profitability, our financial outlook and guidance as well as medium and long-term targets in various financial metrics is forward-looking information. Economic and geopolitical uncertainties, including regional conflicts and wars, including potential impacts of sanctions, may also heighten the impact of certain factors described herein.

In addition, any statements that refer to expectations, intentions, projections or other characterizations of future events or circumstances contain forward-looking information. Statements containing forward-looking information are not historical facts but instead represent management’s expectations, estimates and projections regarding future events or circumstances.

Forward-looking information is based on management’s beliefs and assumptions and on information currently available to management, regarding, among other things, assumptions related to the Paya acquisition (including the Company’s ability to retain and attract new business, achieve synergies and strengthen its market position arising from successful integration plans relating to the Paya acquisition); the Company’s ability to otherwise complete the integration of the Paya business within anticipated time periods and at expected cost levels; the Company’s ability to attract and retain key employees in connection with the Paya acquisition; management’s estimates and expectations in relation to future economic and business conditions and other factors in relation to the Paya acquisition and resulting impact on growth in various financial metrics; assumptions regarding foreign exchange rate, competition, political environment and economic performance of each region where the Company operates; the realization of the expected strategic, financial and other benefits of the Paya acquisition in the timeframe anticipated; and the absence of significant undisclosed costs or liabilities associated with the Paya acquisition; and general economic conditions and the competitive environment within our industry. See also “Financial Outlook and Growth Targets Assumptions”.

Unless otherwise indicated, forward-looking information does not give effect to the potential impact of any mergers, acquisitions, divestitures or business combinations that may be announced or closed after the date hereof. Although the forward-looking information contained herein is based upon what we believe are reasonable assumptions, investors are cautioned against placing undue reliance on this information since actual results may vary from the forward-looking information. Nuvei’s financial outlook also constitutes financial outlook within the meaning of applicable securities laws and is provided for the purposes of assisting the reader in understanding management’s expectations regarding our financial performance and the reader is cautioned that it may not be appropriate for other purposes. Our medium and long-term growth targets serve as guideposts as we execute on our strategic priorities in the medium to long term and are provided for the purposes of assisting the reader in measuring progress toward management’s objectives, and the reader is cautioned that they may not be appropriate for other purposes.

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The Company’s dividend policy is at the discretion of the Board. Any future determination to declare cash dividends on our securities will be made at the discretion of our Board, subject to applicable Canadian laws, and will depend on a number of factors, including our financial condition, results of operations, capital requirements, contractual restrictions (including covenants contained in our credit facilities), general business conditions and other factors that our Board may deem relevant. Further, the ability of the Company to pay dividends, as well as make share repurchases, will be subject to applicable laws (including the satisfaction of the solvency test contained in applicable corporate legislation) and contractual restrictions contained in the instruments governing its indebtedness, including its credit facility. Any of the foregoing may have the result of restricting future dividends or share repurchases.

Forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond our control, that could cause actual results to differ materially from those that are disclosed in or implied by such forward-looking information. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the risk factors described in greater detail under “Risk Factors” of the Company’s annual information form filed on March 8, 2023 (the “AIF”). In particular, our financial outlook and medium and long-term targets are subject to risks and uncertainties related to:

  • risks relating to our business and industry, such as the Russian invasion of Ukraine, including the resulting global economic uncertainty and measures and sanctions taken in response thereto;
  • a declining level of volume activity and significant volatility in certain verticals, including digital assets, and the resulting negative impact on the demand for, and prices of, our products and services and the resulting effect on consumer spending trends;
  • the rapid developments and change in our industry;
  • intense competition both within our industry and from other payments methods;
  • changes in foreign currency exchange rates, inflation, interest rates, consumer spending trends, supply chain challenges and other macroeconomic factors affecting our customers and our results of operations;
  • Nuvei’s inability to successfully integrate the Paya business;
  • legal proceedings that may be instituted related to the Paya acquisition and the impact of significant demands placed on management as a result thereof;
  • the potential failure to realize anticipated benefits from the Paya acquisition;
  • potential undisclosed costs of liabilities associated with the Paya acquisition, which may be significant;
  • the failure to retain Paya’s personnel and customers;
  • the rapid developments and change in our industry;
  • Intense competition both within our industry and from other payments providers;
  • challenges implementing our growth strategy;
  • challenges to expand our product portfolio and market reach;
  • challenges in expanding into new geographic regions internationally and continuing our growth within our markets;
  • challenges in retaining existing customers, increasing sales to existing customers and attracting new customers;
  • managing our growth effectively;
  • difficulty to maintain the same rate of revenue growth as our business matures and to evaluate our future prospects;
  • history of net losses and additional significant investments in our business;
  • our level of indebtedness;
  • any potential acquisitions or other strategic opportunities, some of which may be material in size or result in significant integration difficulties or expenditures;
  • challenges related to a significant number of our customers being small-and-medium sized businesses (“SMBs”);
  • concentration of our revenue from payment services;
  • reliance on, and compliance with, the requirements of acquiring banks and payment networks;
  • challenges related to the reimbursement of chargebacks from our customers;
  • decline in the use of electronic payment methods;
  • loss of key personnel or difficulties hiring qualified personnel;
  • impairment of a significant portion of intangible assets and goodwill;
  • increasing fees from payment networks;
  • reliance on third-party partners to sell some of our products and services;
  • misappropriation of end-user transaction funds by our employees;
  • fraud by customers, their customers or others;
  • the degree of effectiveness of our risk management policies and procedures in mitigating our risk exposure;
  • the integration of a variety of operating systems, software, hardware, web browsers and networks in our services;
  • the costs and effects of pending and future regulatory proceedings and litigation;
  • challenges to secure financing on favorable terms or at all; and,
  • measures determined in accordance with IFRS may be affected by unusual, extraordinary, or non-recurring items, or by items which do not otherwise reflect operating performance, making period-to-period comparisons less relevant.

Consequently, all of the forward-looking information contained herein is qualified by the foregoing cautionary statements, and there can be no guarantee that the results or developments that we anticipate will be realized or, even if substantially realized, that they will have the expected consequences or effects on our business, financial condition or results of operation. Unless otherwise noted or the context otherwise indicates, the forward-looking information contained herein represents our expectations as of the date hereof or as of the date it is otherwise stated to be made, as applicable, and is subject to change after such date. However, we disclaim any intention or obligation or undertaking to update or amend such forward-looking information whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as may be required by applicable law.

Financial Outlook and Growth Targets Assumptions

The financial outlook for the three months ending September 30, 2023, and the year ending December 31, 2023, and specifically the Adjusted EBITDA, as well as the Adjusted EBITDA margin long-term growth target, reflect the Company’s strategy to accelerate its investment in distribution, marketing, innovation, and technology. When measured as a percentage of revenue, these expenses are expected to decrease as our investments in distribution, marketing, innovation, and technology normalize over time.

Our financial outlook and growth targets are based on a number of additional assumptions, including the following:

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  • our results of operations and ability to achieve suitable margins will continue in line with management’s expectations;
  • we will continue to effectively execute against our key strategic growth priorities, without any material adverse impact from macroeconomic trends on our or our customers’ business, financial condition, financial performance, liquidity nor any significant reduction in demand for our products and services;
  • losses owing to business failures of merchants and customers will remain in line with anticipated levels;
  • existing customers growing their business and expanding into new markets within selected high-growth eCommerce end-markets, including online retail, online marketplaces, digital goods and services, regulated online gaming, social gaming, financial services and travel;
  • economic conditions in our core markets, geographies and verticals, including resulting consumer spending and employment, remaining at close to current levels;
  • assumptions as to the value of digital assets, foreign exchange rates and interest rates, including inflation;
  • higher volatility and lower volume in digital assets; Nuvei expects the contribution of digital assets will continue to decline and to represent no more than 5% of revenue going forward;
  • Nuvei’s ability to retain and attract new business, achieve synergies and strengthen its market position arising from successful integration plans relating to the Paya acquisition;
  • management’s estimates and expectations in relation to future economic and business conditions and other factors in relation to the Paya acquisition and resulting impact on growth in various financial metrics;
  • assumptions regarding competition, political environment and economic performance of each region where Nuvei operates;
  • the realization of the expected strategic, financial and other benefits of the Paya acquisition in the timeframe anticipated;
  • the absence of significant undisclosed costs or liabilities associated with the Paya acquisition;
  • our ability to cross-sell and up-sell new and existing products and services to our existing customers with limited incremental sales and marketing expenses;
  • our customers increasing their daily sales, and in turn their business volume of our solutions, at growth rates at or above historical levels for the past few years;
  • our ability to maintain existing customer relationships and to continue to expand our customers’ use of more solutions from our Native Commerce Platform at or above historical levels for the past few years;
  • our ability to leverage our sales and marketing experience in capturing and serving customers in North America and large enterprises in Europe and enable customer base expansion by targeting large enterprises in North America, with a focus in Core global commerce channel;
  • our sales and marketing efforts and continued investment in our direct sales team and account management driving future growth by adding new customers adopting our technology processing transactions in existing and new geographies at or above historical levels and in the timeframe anticipated;
  • our ability to further leverage our broad and diversified network of partners;
  • our ability to expand and deepen our footprint and to add new customers adopting our technology processing transactions in geographies where we have an emerging presence, such as Asia Pacific and Latin America;
  • our ability to expand and keep our portfolio of services technologically current through continued investment in our Native Commerce Platform and to design and deliver solutions that meet the specific and evolving needs of our customers;
  • our ability to maintain and/or expand our relationships with acquiring banks and payment networks;
  • our continued ability to maintain our competitiveness relative to competitors’ products or services, including as to changes in terms, conditions and pricing,
  • our ability to expand profit margins by reducing variable costs as a percentage of total expenses, and leveraging fixed costs with additional scale and as our investments in, for example, direct sales and marketing normalize;
  • increases in volume driving profitable revenue growth with limited additional overhead costs required, as a result of the highly scalable nature of our business model and the inherent operating leverage;
  • our continued ability to manage our growth effectively;
  • we will continue to attract and retain key talent and personnel required to achieve our plans and strategies, including sales, marketing, support and product and technology operations, in each case both domestically and internationally,
  • our ability to successfully identify, complete, integrate and realize the expected benefits of past and future acquisitions and manage the associated risks;
  • the absence of adverse changes in legislative or regulatory matters;
  • our continued ability to upskill and modify our compliance capabilities as regulations change or as we enter new markets, such as our customer underwriting, risk management, know your customer and anti-money laundering capabilities, with minimal disruption to our customers’ businesses;
  • our liquidity and capital resources, including our ability to secure debt or equity financing on satisfactory terms; and,
  • the absence of adverse changes in current tax laws.

Moreover, and more specifically, our ability to achieve new revenue synergy opportunities from the Paya acquisition over the long term is based on a number of additional assumptions, including the following:

  • the Paya standalone business achieving its projected annual revenue growth;
  • our ability to leverage Nuvei’s regulatory licenses/exemptions and relationships to capture market share and win new business in Paya’s existing U.S. market;
  • our ability to leverage Nuvei’s global distribution and capabilities to offer an integrated Nuvei and Paya product offering outside of the U.S.; and
  • our ability to continue to invest in expanding our Nuvei and Paya integrated product offering to win new business.

Contact:
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Chris Mammone, Head of Investor Relations
Anthony Gerstein, VP of Investor Relations
[email protected]        

Statements of Profit or Loss and Comprehensive Income or Loss Data
(in thousands of US dollars except for shares and per share amounts)

  Three months ended
June 30
Six months ended
June 30
  2023   2022   2023   2022  
  $ $ $ $
Revenue 307,026   211,294   563,524   425,838  
Cost of revenue 53,926   35,980   108,522   82,896  
Gross profit 253,100   175,314   455,002   342,942  
Selling, general and administrative expenses 221,755   146,505   416,373   293,317  
Operating profit 31,345   28,809   38,629   49,625  
Finance income (961 ) (1,665 ) (6,336 ) (2,296 )
Finance cost (recovery) 29,318   (1,973 ) 47,786   5,768  
Net finance cost (income) 28,357   (3,638 ) 41,450   3,472  
Gain on foreign currency exchange (11,115 ) (8,467 ) (12,513 ) (7,887 )
Income before income tax 14,103   40,914   9,692   54,040  
Income tax expense 2,486   5,831   6,364   14,443  
Net income 11,617   35,083   3,328   39,597  
Other comprehensive income (loss), net of tax        
Item that may be reclassified subsequently to profit and loss        
Foreign operations – foreign currency translation differences (9,068 ) (25,593 ) (4,010 ) (30,455 )
Comprehensive income (loss) 2,549   9,490   (682 ) 9,142  
Net income attributable to:        
Common shareholders of the Company 9,923   33,979   145   36,982  
Non-controlling interest 1,694   1,104   3,183   2,615  
  11,617   35,083   3,328   39,597  
Comprehensive income (loss) attributable to:        
Common shareholders of the Company 855   8,386   (3,865 ) 6,527  
Non-controlling interest 1,694   1,104   3,183   2,615  
  2,549   9,490   (682 ) 9,142  
Net income per share        
Net income per share attributable to common shareholders of the Company        
Basic 0.07   0.24   0.00   0.26  
Diluted 0.07   0.23   0.00   0.25  
Weighted average number of common shares outstanding        
Basic 138,841,224   141,442,328   139,245,992   142,148,713  
Diluted 143,542,021   144,884,842   143,552,506   145,703,289  
Consolidated Statements of Financial Position Data
(in thousands of US dollars)
   
  June 30, 2023 December 31, 2022
  $ $
Assets    
     
Current assets    
Cash and cash equivalents         118,382           751,686  
Trade and other receivables         100,170           61,228  
Inventory         2,352           2,117  
Prepaid expenses         16,730           12,254  
Income taxes receivable         2,963           3,126  
Current portion of advances to third parties         36           579  
Current portion of contract assets         1,291           1,215  
     
Total current assets before segregated funds         241,924           832,205  
Segregated funds         827,075           823,666  
Total current assets         1,068,999           1,655,871  
     
Non-current assets    
Advances to third parties         —           1,721  
Property and equipment         37,187           31,881  
Intangible assets         1,344,568           694,995  
Goodwill         1,983,727           1,114,593  
Deferred tax assets         1,455           17,172  
Contract assets         778           997  
Processor and other deposits         4,956           4,757  
Other non-current assets         35,539           2,682  
     
Total Assets         4,477,209           3,524,669  
Liabilities    
     
Current liabilities    
Trade and other payables         164,592           125,533  
Income taxes payable         22,329           16,864  
Current portion of loans and borrowings         41,375           8,652  
Other current liabilities         8,091           4,224  
     
Total current liabilities before due to merchants         236,387           155,273  
Due to merchants         827,075           823,666  
     
Total current liabilities         1,063,462           978,939  
     
Non-current liabilities    
Loans and borrowings         1,234,102           502,102  
Deferred tax liabilities         164,312           61,704  
Other non-current liabilities         2,763           2,434  
     
Total Liabilities         2,464,639           1,545,179  
     
     
Equity    
     
Equity attributable to shareholders    
Share capital         1,955,991           1,972,592  
Contributed surplus         274,891           202,435  
Deficit         (188,825 )         (166,877 )
Accumulated other comprehensive loss         (43,429 )         (39,419 )
     
          1,998,628           1,968,731  
Non-controlling interest         13,942           10,759  
     
Total Equity         2,012,570           1,979,490  
     
Total Liabilities and Equity         4,477,209           3,524,669  
Consolidated Statements of Cash Flow Data
(in thousands of U.S. dollars)
   
For the six months ended June 30, 2023   2022  
  $ $
Cash flow from operating activities    
Net income         3,328           39,597  
Adjustments for:    
Depreciation of property and equipment         6,811           3,720  
Amortization of intangible assets         56,770           49,769  
Amortization of contract assets         758           913  
Share-based payments         71,442           69,851  
Net finance cost         41,450           3,472  
Gain on foreign currency exchange         (12,513 )         (7,887 )
Income tax expense         6,364           14,443  
Changes in non-cash working capital items         (8,430 )         (4,819 )
Interest paid         (42,769 )         (8,805 )
Interest received         7,560           1,241  
Income taxes paid – net         (13,927 )         (4,272 )
          116,844           157,223  
Cash flow used in investing activities    
Business acquisitions, net of cash acquired         (1,379,778 )         —  
Acquisition of property and equipment         (5,902 )         (4,662 )
Acquisition of intangible assets         (21,143 )         (16,425 )
Acquisition of distributor commissions         (20,318 )         —  
Increase in other non-current assets         (31,816 )         (965 )
Net decrease in advances to third parties         245           1,566  
          (1,458,712 )         (20,486 )
Cash flow from (used in) financing activities    
Shares repurchased and cancelled         (56,042 )         (109,158 )
Transaction costs from issuance of shares         —           (626 )
Proceeds from exercise of stock options         6,399           1,129  
Repayment of loans and borrowings         (76,560 )         (2,560 )
Proceeds from loans and borrowings         852,000           —  
Transaction costs related to loans and borrowings         (14,650 )         —  
Payment of lease liabilities         (2,622 )         (1,682 )
Purchase of non-controlling interest         —           (39,751 )
Dividend paid by subsidiary to non-controlling interest         —           (260 )
          708,525           (152,908 )
Effect of movements in exchange rates on cash         39           (10,785 )
Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents         (633,304 )         (26,956 )
Cash and cash equivalents – Beginning of period         751,686           748,576  
Cash and cash equivalents – End of period         118,382           721,620  

Reconciliation of Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures to Net Income
(In thousands of US dollars)

  Three months ended
June 30
Six months ended
June 30
  2023   2022   2023   2022  
  $ $ $ $
         
Net income 11,617   35,083   3,328   39,597  
Finance cost (recovery) 29,318   (1,973 ) 47,786   5,768  
Finance income (961 ) (1,665 ) (6,336 ) (2,296 )
Depreciation and amortization 35,925   27,046   63,581   53,489  
Income tax expense 2,486   5,831   6,364   14,443  
Acquisition, integration and severance costs(a) 6,562   3,612   31,880   10,166  
Share-based payments and related payroll taxes (b) 36,254   32,704   72,321   69,944  
Gain on foreign currency exchange (11,115 ) (8,467 ) (12,513 ) (7,887 )
Legal settlement and other(c) 221   682   178   1,207  
Adjusted EBITDA 110,307   92,853   206,589   184,431  
Acquisition of property and equipment, and intangible assets (14,366 ) (12,026 ) (27,045 ) (21,087 )
Adjusted EBITDA less capital expenditures 95,941   80,827   179,544   163,344  

(a)   These expenses relate to:
(i)  professional, legal, consulting, accounting and other fees and expenses related to our acquisition and financing activities. For the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023, these expenses were $1.1 million and $19.6 million ($0.5 million and $3.3 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022). These costs are presented in the professional fees line item of selling, general and administrative expenses.   
(ii)  acquisition-related compensation was $0.7 million and $2.8 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023 and $3.4 million and $6.8 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022. These costs are presented in the employee compensation line item of selling, general and administrative expenses.    
(iii)  change in deferred purchase consideration for previously acquired businesses. No amount was recognized for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023, and a gain of $0.5 million was recognized for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022. These amounts are presented in the contingent consideration adjustment line item of selling, general and administrative expenses.
(iv)  severance and integration expenses, which were $4.8 million and $9.5 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023 ($0.2 million and $0.6 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022). These expenses are presented in selling, general and administrative expenses.    
(b)   These expenses represent expenses recognized in connection with stock options and other awards issued under share-based plans as well as related payroll taxes that are directly attributable to share-based payments. For the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023, the expenses consisted of non-cash share-based payments of $35.9 million and $71.4 million ($32.7 million and $69.9 million for three months and six months ended June 30, 2022), $0.4 million and $0.9 million for related payroll taxes ($0.1 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022).
(c)   This line item primarily represents legal settlements and associated legal costs, as well as non-cash gains, losses and provisions and certain other costs. These costs are presented in selling, general and administrative expenses.

Reconciliation of Adjusted net income and Adjusted net income per basic share and per diluted share to Net Income

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(In thousands of US dollars except for share and per share amounts)

  Three months ended
June 30
Six months ended
June 30
  2023   2022   2023   2022  
$ $ $ $
         
Net income 11,617   35,083   3,328   39,597  
Change in fair value of share repurchase liability   (7,884 ) 571   (5,710 )
Amortization of acquisition-related intangible assets(a) 27,401   23,496   47,540   46,477  
Acquisition, integration and severance costs(b) 6,562   3,612   31,880   10,166  
Share-based payments and related payroll taxes(c) 36,254   32,704   72,321   69,944  
Gain on foreign currency exchange (11,115 ) (8,467 ) (12,513 ) (7,887 )
Legal settlement and other(d) 221   682   178   1,207  
Adjustments 59,323   44,143   139,977   114,197  
Income tax expense related to adjustments(e) (12,847 ) (4,567 ) (20,759 ) (10,079 )
Adjusted net income 58,093   74,659   122,546   143,715  
Net income attributable to non-controlling interest (1,694 ) (1,104 ) (3,183 ) (2,615 )
Adjusted net income attributable to the common shareholders of the Company 56,399   73,555   119,363   141,100  
Weighted average number of common shares outstanding        
Basic 138,841,224   141,442,328   139,245,992   142,148,713  
Diluted 143,542,021   144,884,842   143,552,506   145,703,289  
         
Adjusted net income per share attributable to common shareholders of the Company(f)        
Basic 0.41   0.52   0.86   0.99  
Diluted 0.39   0.51   0.83   0.97  

(a)  This line item relates to amortization expense taken on intangible assets created from the purchase price adjustment process on acquired companies and businesses and resulting from a change in control of the Company.

(b)  These expenses relate to:

(i)  professional, legal, consulting, accounting and other fees and expenses related to our acquisition and financing activities. For the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023, these expenses were $1.1 million and $19.6 million ($0.5 million and $3.3 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022). These costs are presented in the professional fees line item of selling, general and administrative expenses.    
(ii)  acquisition-related compensation was $0.7 million and $2.8 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023 and $3.4 million and $6.8 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022. These costs are presented in the employee compensation line item of selling, general and administrative expenses.      
(iii)  change in deferred purchase consideration for previously acquired businesses. No amount was recognized for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023, and a gain of $0.5 million was recognized for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022. These amounts are presented in the contingent consideration adjustment line item of selling, general and administrative expenses.
(iv)  severance and integration expenses, which were $4.8 million and $9.5 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023 ($0.2 million and $0.6 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022). These expenses are presented in selling, general and administrative expenses.    
(c)  These expenses represent expenses recognized in connection with stock options and other awards issued under share-based plans as well as related payroll taxes that are directly attributable to share-based payments. For the three months and six months ended June 30, 2023, the expenses consisted of non-cash share-based payments of $35.9 million and $71.4 million ($32.7 million and $69.9 million for three months and six months ended June 30, 2022), $0.4 million and $0.9 million for related payroll taxes ($0.1 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2022).

(d)  This line item primarily represents legal settlements and associated legal costs, as well as non-cash gains, losses and provisions and certain other costs. These costs are presented in selling, general and administrative expenses.

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(e)  This line item reflects income tax expense on taxable adjustments using the tax rate of the applicable jurisdiction.

(f)  The number of share-based awards used in the diluted weighted average number of common shares outstanding in the Adjusted net income per diluted share calculation is determined using the treasury stock method as permitted under IFRS.

Revenue by geography

The following table summarizes our revenue by geography based on the billing location of the merchant:

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(In thousands of US dollars, except for percentages) 2023 2022         2023 2022      
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Revenue                      
Europe, Middle East and Africa 119,158 119,932   (774 ) (1)        %   238,983 244,519   (5,536 ) (2)        %
North America 173,878 83,418   90,460   108 %   298,597 164,083   134,514   82 %
Latin America 12,267 6,911   5,356   77 %   23,083 13,336   9,747   73 %
Asia Pacific 1,723 1,033   690   67 %   2,861 3,900   (1,039 ) (27)        %
  307,026 211,294   95,732   45 %   563,524 425,838   137,686   32 %

Revenue by vertical

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The following table provides a revenue breakdown by vertical based on the merchant classification:

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Digital assets and cryptocurrencies 19,540 35,005   (15,465 ) (44)        %   36,724 79,326   (42,602 ) (54)        %
Other verticals 287,486 176,289   111,197   63 %   526,800 346,512   180,288   52 %
Revenue 307,026 211,294   95,732   45 %   563,524 425,838   137,686   32 %

Revenue by channel

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$ $   $ %   $ $   $ %
Core global commerce 171,945 148,230   23,715 16 %   341,606 307,112   34,494 11 %
Emerging B2B, government & integrated payments 54,413 1,007   53,406 n.m.   76,251 1,872   74,379 n.m.
Legacy small & medium sized businesses 80,668 62,057   18,611 30 %   145,667 116,854   28,813 25 %
Revenue 307,026 211,294   95,732 45 %   563,524 425,838   137,686 32 %

Given the integration of Paya into Nuvei, the Company has organized its business through three channels. Our Core global commerce channel represents revenue from merchant relationships developed by the Company’s sales representatives. Our Emerging B2B, government & integrated payments channel represents integrations with software partners, back-end Enterprise Resource Planning (“ERP”) accounting solutions, and Customer Information System (“CIS”) that focus on B2B and Government customers, as well as integrations with software partners who are vertical focused front-end business practice and financial management software providers. Our Legacy small and medium sized businesses channel represents customers who utilize Nuvei’s core technology infrastructure but generally do not originate through a software integration, and are more likely to be known as Small and Medium sized Businesses.

Reconciliation of Nuvei Pro forma revenue and Nuvei pro forma revenue growth to revenue and of Nuvei pro forma revenue by channel to revenue by channel

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Revenue as reported   Nuvei revenue as reported Paya revenue as reported Adjustments(1) Nuvei pro forma revenue Revenue growth Nuvei pro forma revenue growth
$   $ $ $ $ % %
                 
Revenue 307,026   211,294 72,492 (2,025 ) 281,761 45 % 9 %
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Revenue as reported   Nuvei revenue as reported Paya revenue as adjusted(1) Nuvei pro forma revenue Revenue growth Nuvei pro forma revenue growth
$   $ $ $ % %
               
Core global commerce 171,945   148,230 148,230 16 % 16 %
Emerging B2B, government & integrated payments 54,413   1,007 47,210 48,217 n.m. 13 %
Legacy small & medium sized businesses 80,668   62,057 23,257 85,314 30 % (5)        %
Revenue 307,026   211,294 70,467 281,761 45 % 9 %

(1) Reflects adjustments to present Paya’s revenue or Paya’s revenue by channel net of interchange fees in order to align with Nuvei’s presentation of revenue calculated in accordance with the accounting policies used to prepare the revenue line item in the Company’s financial statements under IFRS.

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Reconciliation of Organic Core Global Commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency and Organic Core Global Commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency to Core Global Commerce revenue

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Core global Commerce revenue Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies in Core global commerce Foreign currency exchange impact on revenue Organic Core global Commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency   Core global commerce revenue Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies in Core global commerce Comparable organic Core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies Core global commerce revenue growth Organic Core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency
$ $ $ $   $ $ $    
                     
Revenue 171,945 (19,540 ) (265 ) 152,140   148,230 (35,005 ) 113,225 16 % 34 %
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Core global commerce revenue Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies in Core global commerce Foreign currency exchange impact on revenue Organic Core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency   Core Global commerce revenue Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies in Core global commerce Comparable organic Core global commerce revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies Core global commerce revenue growth Organic Core global commerce revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency
$ $ $ $   $ $ $    
                     
Revenue         341,606                 (36,724 )         4,100                 308,982                   307,112                 (79,326 )         227,786                 11         %         36         %

Reconciliation of Revenue at constant currency and Revenue growth at constant currency to Revenue

The following table reconciles Revenue to Revenue at constant currency and Revenue growth at constant currency for the period indicated:

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Revenue as reported Foreign currency exchange impact on revenue Revenue at constant currency   Revenue as reported Revenue growth Revenue growth at constant currency
$ $ $   $    
               
Revenue 307,026 391 307,417   211,294 45 % 45 %
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Revenue as reported Foreign currency exchange impact on revenue Revenue at constant currency   Revenue as reported Revenue growth Revenue growth at constant currency
$ $ $   $    
               
Revenue 563,524 6,533 570,057   425,838 32 % 34 %

Reconciliation of Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency and Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency to Revenue

The following table reconciles Revenue to Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency and Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency for the period indicated:

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(In thousands of US dollars except for percentages) Three months ended
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Revenue as reported Revenue from acquisitions(1) Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies(2) Foreign currency exchange impact on revenue Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency   Revenue as reported Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies Comparable organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies Revenue growth Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency
$ $ $ $ $   $ $ $    
                       
Revenue 307,026 (76,258 ) (19,154 ) 294 211,908   211,294 (35,005 ) 176,289 45 % 20 %
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Revenue as reported Revenue from acquisitions(1) Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies(2) Foreign currency exchange impact on revenue Organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency   Revenue as reported Revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies Comparable organic revenue excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies Revenue growth Organic revenue growth excluding digital assets and cryptocurrencies at constant currency
$ $ $ $ $   $ $ $    
                       
Revenue 563,524 (106,680 ) (36,215 ) 5,304 425,933   425,838 (79,326 ) 346,512 32 % 23 %

(1) Revenue from acquisitions reflects revenue from Paya, which was acquired on February 22, 2023, as well as another immaterial acquisition completed during the period, and revenue from divestitures was nil in both periods presented.
(2) Represent organic revenue from digital assets and cryptocurrencies.

Reconciliation of Organic revenue at constant currency and Organic revenue growth at constant currency to Revenue

The following table reconciles Revenue to Organic revenue at constant currency and Organic revenue growth at constant currency for the period indicated:

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Revenue as reported Revenue from acquisitions Revenue from divestitures Foreign currency exchange impact on organic revenue Organic revenue at constant currency   Revenue as reported Revenue from divestitures Comparable organic revenue Revenue growth Organic revenue growth at constant currency
$ $ $   $   $ $ $    
                       
Revenue 307,026 (76,258 ) 391 231,159   211,294 211,294 45 % 9 %
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Revenue as reported Revenue from acquisitions (a) Revenue from divestitures Foreign currency exchange impact on organic revenue Organic revenue at constant currency   Revenue as reported Revenue from divestitures Comparable organic revenue Revenue growth Organic revenue growth at constant currency
$ $ $ $ $   $   $    
                       
Revenue 563,524 (106,680 ) 6,533 463,377   425,838 425,838 32 % 9 %

 

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Consumer Data Platform Market to reach USD 56.22 Bn dominated by Predictive Analysis Segment, Says Stellar Market Research.

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PUNE, India, July 16, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Stellar Market Research, a global IT & Telecommunication Market research firm has published a competitive intelligence and market research report on the “Consumer Data Platform Market”. The Consumer Data Platform Market size was valued at USD 8.05 Bn in 2023 and the total Consumer Data Platform revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 32 percent from 2024 to 2030, reaching nearly USD 56.22 Bn by 2030.

The Customer Data Platform (CDP) market is experiencing significant growth due to the increasing demand for customer intelligence and omnichannel experiences. CDPs enable businesses to manage data volume and complexity from various customer channels, ensuring data unification and identity resolution. CDPs are essential for advertising and marketing strategies, offering personalized experiences while adhering to data protection regulations.
The report on the Consumer Data Platform Market involves a comprehensive analysis of market structure, competition, and growth drivers. The market size is methodically estimated using a bottom-up approach to understand growth patterns. Key insights typically cover major drivers at global levels, challenges for future growth, and opportunities arising from technological advancements. Regional analyses provide information on market leaders, penetration rates, and geographical factors influencing the industry. The qualitative and quantitative analyses are employed using tools like SWOT, PESTLE, and Porter’s Five Forces to guide investment and marketing decisions.
Market Size in 2023
USD 8.05 Bn.
Market Size in 2030
USD 56.22 Bn.
CAGR
32 percent (2024-2030)
Forecast Period
2024-2030
Base Year
2023
Number of Pages
278
No. of Tables
118
No. of Charts and Figures
110
Segment Covered
Component, Application, and Vertical
Regional Scope
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, South America
Report Coverage
Market Share, Size & Forecast by Revenue | 2024−2030, Market Dynamics, Growth Drivers, Restraints, Investment Opportunities, and Key Trends, Competitive Landscape, Key Players Benchmarking, Competitive Analysis, MMR Competition Matrix, Competitive Leadership Mapping, Global Key Players’ Market Ranking Analysis.
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What’s New: Recent Additions and Updates
An in-depth analysis of competitive developments in the market, such as mergers and acquisitions, product developments, partnerships, and collaborations.An in-depth analysis of ROI and cost-effectiveness for various types of CDP implementations across different industries and company sizes.Analysis of regulatory impacts on CDP adoption and usage, focusing on data privacy laws like GDPR, CCPA, and emerging global standards.Key Player Offerings
Tealium collaborates with Snowflake’s Snowpipe Streaming API, combining top-tier customer data collection and activation capabilities. It leverages Snowflake’s power to streamline how businesses get real-time customer behavior data into the Snowflake Data Cloud. This allows for faster analytics, AI applications, and a complete view of the customer to improve customer service and engagement.Nissan Motor Co Ltd. Japan has selected Treasure Data’s enterprise customer data platform (CDP) to enhance its customer experience strategy. The automaker aims to unify data and improve brand communication across all touchpoints. Treasure Data’s CDP will help Nissan achieve a 360-degree customer view, strengthen data governance, and integrate various platforms.First-Party Data Reshaping the Consumer Data Platform Market
Growing privacy concerns and regulatory measures are driving a major shift in the consumer data platform (CDP) market toward first-party data management. First-party data, or information acquired directly from consumers via their contacts with the business, is the emphasis of companies these days. When compared to third-party data, this data is more accurate, dependable, and privacy-compliant. According to SMR, first-party data is crucial since 80% of marketers think it offers the best return on investment (ROI). Leading companies in the CDP space, like Adobe, are taking advantage of this change by incorporating cutting-edge technology into their systems. For instance, Adobe’s Real-Time CDP uses machine learning and AI algorithms to evaluate first-party data and provide real-time insights and customization. This strategy increases customer satisfaction and boosts revenue. Businesses utilizing Adobe’s Real-Time CDP claim a 15% rise in customer satisfaction and a 25% improvement in marketing efficiency. Companies that centralize first-party data and adopt a unified data strategy see a 25% improvement in data accuracy and a 33% decrease in data management expenses. A 360-degree perspective of the consumer is made possible by centralization, which enables companies to send out marketing messages that are more accurate and timely. First-party data methods are expected to become more popular as companies prioritize data protection and customization, creating new opportunities for development and competitive advantage.
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North America Leading the Consumer Data Platform Revolution
North America, particularly the United States is home to leading technology firms that drive innovation in in the consumer data platform market. According to SMR, more than 75% of Fortune 500 companies headquartered in North America contribute to a high demand for advanced data management solutions. This need is being driven by organizations’ need to use data for customized marketing, bettering customer experiences, and obtaining a competitive edge. North America is recognized for its strong revenue production from e-commerce and digital marketing, two industries that significantly depend on consumer data. For instance, the amount spent on digital advertising in the United States alone in 2023 was over $200 billion, highlighting the significant need for insights based on data. The United States exports software services worth about $50 billion a year, making the North American import and export of technology and software services important. Adoption rates and market trust are further supported by North America’s stringent legal frameworks, which include the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These frameworks ensure high standards in data management and protection. The region continues to grow the boundaries of technical innovation and data-driven business strategies, maintaining its position as the top-selling market for consumer data solutions.
Consumer Data Platform Market Segmentation
By Component
PlatformServicesBy Application
Personalized RecommendationsPredictive AnalyticsMarketing Data SegmentationCustomer Retention and EngagementSecurity ManagementOthersBy Vertical
BFSIRetail and eCommerceMedia and EntertainmentTravel and HospitalityTelecom and ITHealthcareOthersConsumer Data Platform Market Key Competitors include
Informatica LLCIBM CorporationOracle CorporationSAP SEStibo Systems A/SRiversand Technologies, Inc.OthersInquire Before Buying:https://www.stellarmr.com/report/enquire_now/Customer-Data-Platform-Market/292 
Key questions answered in the Consumer Data Platform Market are:
What is a Consumer Data Platform?What is the current growth rate of the Consumer Data Platform Market?Who are the key players in the Consumer Data Platform Market?What are the strategies used by competitors in the Consumer Data Platform Market?What are the growth prospects in developing countries for the Consumer Data Platform Market?Which segment is expected to witness the fastest growth and why in the Consumer Data Platform Market in 2023?What are the factors affecting growth in the Consumer Data Platform Market?Who held the largest market share in the Consumer Data Platform Market?What is the demand pattern for the Consumer Data Platform Market?What are the opportunities for the Consumer Data Platform Market?Key Offerings:
Past Market Size and Competitive Landscape (2018 to 2022)Past Pricing and price curve by region (2018 to 2022)Market Size, Share, Size & Forecast by Different Segment | 2024−2030Market Dynamics – Growth Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Key Trends by RegionMarket Segmentation – A detailed analysis by Component, Application, Vertical, and RegionCompetitive Landscape – Profiles of selected key players by region in a strategic perspectiveCompetitive landscape – Market Leaders, Market Followers, Regional playerCompetitive benchmarking of key players by regionPESTLE AnalysisPORTER’s analysisValue chain and supply chain analysisLegal Aspects of business by regionLucrative business opportunities with SWOT analysisRecommendationsStellar Market Research a leading IT & Telecommunication research firm, has also published the following reports:
Web Scraper Software Market: The market size was valued at US $ 785.68 Million in 2023 and the total Market revenue is expected to grow at 13 % from 2024 to 2030, reaching nearly US $ 1848.41 Million.
Data Center Virtualization market: The market was valued at USD 9.98 Billion. In 2023 the total revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 17.5% through 2024-2030, reaching nearly USD 30.88 Billion.
Europe Big Data Market: The market size was valued at US$ 86.20 Bn. in 2023 and the total revenue is expected to grow at 7.8% through 2024 to 2030, reaching nearly US$ 145.84 Bn. by 2030.
Data Integration Market: The market size was valued at US$ 13.12 Bn in 2023. The Global Data Integration Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.23% over the forecast period.
Master Data Management Market: The market was valued at USD 21.76 billion in 2023. Global Master Data Management Market size is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 15.9 % over the forecast period.
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Access Control Market to Be Worth $19.6 Billion by 2031 – Exclusive Report by Meticulous Research®

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REDDING, Calif., July 16, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new market research report titled, ‘Access Control Market by Offering (Hardware {Biometric Devices, Electronic Locks, Other}, Software {Cloud, On-premise}, Services), End User (Residential, Commercial {Retail, IT & Telecom, Other}, Industrial), and Geography – Global Forecast to 2031,’ the access control market is projected to reach $19.6 billion by 2031, at a CAGR of 10.6% from 2024 to 2031.

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The growth of the access control market is driven by the rising demand for advanced access control devices, growing safety & security concerns related to unauthorized access, and the increasing number of smart home projects around the world. However, the high initial costs of deployment limit the adoption of access control systems, restraining the growth of this market.
Furthermore, organizations’ increasing preference for cloud-based access control systems and the growing use of wireless access controls are expected to generate growth opportunities for the stakeholders in the access control market. However, low awareness regarding advanced security solutions in developing countries and data security & privacy issues are major challenges in the access control market.
Additionally, the increasing adoption of Access Control as a Service (ACaaS), the growing utilization of smartphones for access control, and the increasing use of contactless biometric access control devices are prominent trends in the access control market.
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The access control market is segmented by offering (hardware {biometric devices [fingerprint recognition, face recognition, iris recognition, and voice recognition], cards [smart cards, proximity cards, and card readers], electronic locks & doors, controllers, hybrid devices}, software {cloud-based, on-premise}, and services {consulting services, deployment & integration services, and maintenance & support services}), end user (residential, commercial {retail, BFSI, IT & telecom, hospitality, education, government, healthcare, and transportation & logistics}, and industrial {pharmaceutical, military & defense, aerospace, manufacturing, mining & construction, energy & utilities, and other industrial end users}), and geography. The study also evaluates industry competitors and analyzes the market at the regional and country levels.
Based on offering, the access control market is segmented into hardware, software, and services. In 2024, the hardware segment is expected to account for the largest share of over 56.0% of the access control market. The hardware segment comprises biometric devices, cards, electronic locks & doors, controllers, and hybrid devices. The large market share of this segment is attributed to the growing adoption of access control systems for safeguarding offices, government buildings, airports, hospitals, and military facilities, growing urbanization, and the increasing number of smart homes & apartments.
In addition, the increasing deployment of access control systems for more comprehensive and efficient security is expected to drive the growth of this segment. For instance, in February 2023, San Diego International Airport deployed Identiv’s comprehensive, end-to-end access control ecosystem, including Hirsch Velocity Software and its Velocity Vision Video Management System (VMS), under a single Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Based on end user, the access control market is broadly segmented into residential, commercial, and industrial end users. In 2024, the commercial segment is expected to account for the largest share of over 52.0% of the access control market. The large market share of this segment is attributed to the increasing implementation of access control systems across government facilities, the growing use of smart cards in the hospitality sector, and the increased adoption of enterprise-level access control solutions.
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In addition, the increasing deployment of access control systems for office spaces to bolster the security of entrances supports the growth of this segment. In August 2023, HID Global Corporation (U.S.), the global leader in trusted identity solutions, partnered with Ghelamco Group (Belgium), an international real estate investor and developer, to standardize HID’s mobile and physical access control solutions across its prestigious projects in Warsaw, Poland.
Based on geography, the access control market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. In 2024, Asia-Pacific is expected to account for the largest share of over 44.0% of the access control market. APAC’s large market share is attributed to the region’s rapidly developing economies, consistent technological advancements in access control solutions, increased use of access control systems at airports and railway stations, and the increasing deployment of access control systems across government agencies for tracking employee attendance.
For instance, in March 2022, IDEMIA (France), the global leader in Identity technologies, announced plans to provide biometric solutions to Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminals 1 and 2 (T1 and T2) to elevate the passenger experience, particularly in the immigration process.
Key Players:
The key players operating in the access control market are Johnson Controls International plc (Ireland), Honeywell International Inc. (U.S.), Identiv, Inc. (U.S.), Suprema Inc. (South Korea), Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH (Germany), Genetec Inc. (Canada), NEC Corporation (Japan), Assa Abloy (Sweden), dormakaba International Holding AG (Switzerland), Allegion plc (Ireland), Nedap N.V. (Netherlands), Thales (France), IDEMIA (France), Axis Communications AB (Sweden), Anviz Global Inc. (U.S.) and Dahua Technology Co., Ltd (China).
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Access Control Market Assessment—by Offering
HardwareBiometric DevicesFingerprint RecognitionFace RecognitionIris RecognitionVoice RecognitionCardsSmart CardsProximity CardsCard ReadersElectronic Locks & DoorsControllersHybrid DevicesSoftwareCloud-basedOn-premiseServicesConsulting ServicesDeployment & Integration ServicesMaintenance & Support ServicesAccess Control Market Assessment—by End User
ResidentialCommercialRetailBFSIIT & TelecomHospitalityEducationGovernmentHealthcareTransportation & LogisticsIndustrialPharmaceuticalMilitary & DefenseAerospaceManufacturingMining & ConstructionEnergy & UtilitiesOther Industrial End UsersAccess Control Market Assessment—by Geography
North AmericaU.S.CanadaEuropeGermanyU.K.FranceItalySpainSwitzerlandSwedenDenmarkNorwayRest of EuropeAsia-PacificChinaJapanIndiaSouth KoreaAustraliaIndonesiaMalaysiaTaiwanRest of Asia-PacificLatin AmericaBrazilMexicoArgentinaRest of Latin AmericaMiddle East & AfricaUAEIsraelRest of Middle East & AfricaUnlock Opportunities: Buy Now- https://www.meticulousresearch.com/Checkout/81884359 
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Threat Hunting Market worth $6.9 billion by 2029- Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™

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CHICAGO, July 16, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — The Threat Hunting Market is set to grow significantly. It’s expected to be worth around USD 3.4 billion in 2024 and increase to about USD 6.9 billion by 2029 at a CAGR of 14.9% during the forecast period, according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. The threat-hunting market is experiencing explosive growth as organizations struggle to combat a relentless wave of cyberattacks. Unlike traditional security measures that passively wait for threats to appear, threat hunting takes a proactive stance, actively searching for hidden threats lurking within networks. Several factors fuel this proactive approach. The increasing need to protect sensitive data, from financial records to intellectual property, compels organizations to adopt more robust security solutions. Also, the growing awareness of cyber risks across industries drives demand for proactive security solutions. By actively hunting for threats, organizations gain a critical advantage: identifying and neutralizing threats before they can wreak havoc, potentially saving millions of dollars, and safeguarding sensitive data.

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Scope of the Report
Report Metrics
Details
Market size available for years
2018–2029
Base year considered
2023
Forecast period
2024–2029
Forecast units
Value (USD Billion)
Segments Covered
By Offering, By Threat Type, By Organization Size, By Deployment mode, By Vertical, and By Region
Geographies covered
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East Africa, and Latin America
Major companies covered
Major vendors in the global Threat Hunting Market include IBM (US), Kaspersky (Russia), Capgemini (France), CrowdStrike (US), Trustwave (US), Verizon (US), SecureWorks (US), Sangfor (China), Eviden (France), Rapid 7(US), VMware (US), Solidworks (US), Trend Micro (Japan), Cynet (US), Palo Alto Networks (US) Cipher (India), Talatek (US), SOC Prime (US), RSI Security (US), Protected Harbour (US), Mindpoint Group (US), Exponential- E (UK), Redscan (UK), Iron Net Cybersecurity (US), LiveAction (US).
By Offering, the services segment will grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
The global shortage of cybersecurity professionals is a significant challenge for organizations looking to build robust security postures. This shortage is particularly acute in threat hunting, which requires highly skilled individuals with a deep understanding of cyber threats, investigative techniques, and security tools. Threat-hunting services offer a compelling solution by providing access to experienced professionals, reducing internal workload, and offering a faster path to improved threat detection and response capabilities.
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By organization size, the large enterprise segment to hold a significant market share during the forecast period.
Large enterprises often deal with sensitive data (financial records, intellectual property, customer information) and critical infrastructure. A successful cyberattack can have devastating economic and reputational consequences, making proactive threat detection a top priority. Also, Large enterprises typically have sprawling IT environments encompassing on-premise infrastructure, cloud deployments, and a vast network of devices. This complexity creates numerous potential entry points for attackers, necessitating a proactive approach to uncover hidden threats. The high stakes, complex environments, compliance pressures, and advanced threats large enterprises face will drive the segment.
By region, Asia Pacific will grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
The Asia Pacific region is undergoing significant growth in its threat-hunting market, driven by several key factors. The region faces a rising tide of cyberattacks, including malware, ransomware phishing attempts, data breaches, and advanced persistent threats (APTs). These attacks target businesses, governments, critical infrastructure, and individuals, forcing them to invest in proactive defense measures like threat hunting. The Asia Pacific region is undergoing a rapid digital transformation. This increased reliance on technology creates a larger attack surface for cybercriminals. As per the Fortinet Survey on the State of Security Operations in Asia-Pacific, Phishing and Insider threats are India’s most predominant cyber threats, with Approximately 50% of organizations ranking them as their top concerns. Also, only 44% of businesses have dedicated IT resources for security teams.
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Top Key Companies in Threat Hunting Market:
Major vendors in the global Threat Hunting Market include IBM(US), Kaspersky (Russia), Capgemini (France), CrowdStrike(US), Trustwave(US), Verizon (US), SecureWorks(US), Sangfor (China), Eviden (France), Rapid 7(US), VMware (US), Solidworks (US), Trend Micro (Japan), Cynet (US), Palo Alto Networks (US) Cipher (India), Talatek (US), SOC Prime (US), RSI Security (US), Protected Harbour (US), Mindpoint Group (US), Exponential- E (UK), Redscan (UK), Iron Net Cybersecurity (US), LiveAction (US).
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