Payment service provider: Investor KKR buys Heidelpay

Mirko Hüllemann

The Heidelpay founder wants the payment service provider to continue growing.

(Photo: Heidelpay)

Frankfurt The New York financial investor KKR takes over the Heidelberger payment service provider Heidelpay and thus stands out with several other interested parties. The newspaper "Financial Times" reported on Sunday, citing insiders. KKR therefore pays more than 600 million euros for the majority of Heidelpay, whose founder Mirko Hüllemann should retain a significant share. Since 2017, Heidelpay has been owned 60 percent by the British investor Anacap and has acquired several smaller payment processors in recent years. Today, the company employs more than 400 people and is targeting a pre-tax profit of around 40 million euros in 2019, according to the report.

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