Stek assisted Rabobank in the sale of payments service provider MyOrder to Ease2pay

Stek assisted Rabobank in the sale of payments service provider MyOrder to Ease2pay. Ease2pay N.V. (via its subsidiary Ease2pay B.V.) combines forces to accelerate the mobile payment & loyalty market. Ease2pay and MyOrder are currently active with a mobile tank and parking solution and after a period of intensive consultation with Rabobank it has been decided to join the forces of MyOrder and Ease2pay. The merger creates one network of more than 600 filling stations and 116 cities where one.  can pay with one app for both fuel and parking. The purchase price of the activities is maximized at 80.8% of the last published balance sheet total of Ease2pay N.V, being the year 2016. The transaction still has to be approved by the shareholders of Ease2pay N.V.

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