June 2005
Bank Technology News;Jun2005, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
This article focuses on deals between banking technology companies. As part of the launch of Experian Interactive, Experian acquired LowerMyBills.com, an online mortgage lead generator. The price was $330 million, plus a performance related earnout of up to $50 million. Metavante will buy the Med-i-Bank Inc., will sells payment services for benefit and consumer-directed health care accounts, for $145 million, $138 million of which will be funded by Metavante parent M&I common stock.


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