Fiserv Inc. sold $9 billion of bonds as part of a cross-Atlantic sale to help finance its acquisition of First Data Corp.

The payment-processing company's dollar-debt sale came in four parts. The longest portion, a 30-year security, yields 1.82 percentage points above Treasuries, after initial talk at around 2 percentage points, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, who asked not to be identified as the details are private.

Fiserv is looking at also selling bonds in euros and pounds, with total proceeds expected to be around $12 billion. The company is holding meetings with investors across Europe Tuesday through Thursday.

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