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Red Digital has sold a 60% stake to Movilway S.L.

The private shareholders of Red Digital have sold a 60% stake in the company to Movilway S.L. Financial details have not been disclosed.

Red Digital is a digital processing, distribution and cash collection company. It operates a network of distributors nationwide that provides retailers the possibility of selling digital products such as recharge of virtual cell phones, pins and payment of services, among others, in a cost-effective, easy and safe way. Red Digital has more than 120,000 points of sale and 550 employees.

Movilway, an electronic payment distribution platform and a mobile top-up distributor, provides electronic recharge services and payment systems for prepaid mobile phones. The company addresses the financial necessities of unbanked users. It serves customers through a network of direct points of sale in Latin America and internationally. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Madrid, Spain. Movilway S.L. operates as a subsidiary of Celistics Holdings S.L.

Oaklins' team in Peru acted as the exclusive financial advisor of the shareholders of Red Digital in the sale of 60% of the shares of the company. The remaining 40% is owned by Telefónica del Perú.

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 Eduardo  Campos

Eduardo Campos

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Lima, Peru
Oaklins APOYO
 Joaquin  Uranga

Joaquin Uranga

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Lima, Peru
Oaklins APOYO

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