Payment Industry Research

Payment Industry Analysis

Whether via a SPAC or the more traditional IPO route, the number of payments companies seemingly on the verge of going public is substantial.
The biggest funding rounds in the first quarter of 2021 came from Stripe, Checkout.com and Rapyd, which boosted their valuations significantly.
Currencies Direct is one of only a few major players in the sector that remain private equity-backed. So what comes next?
How many of the leading payment processors and card networks are introducing support for payments in cryptocurrency?
A new wave of digital banks have launched to cater to the unique needs and challenges of migrant workers.
Alpha FX has a current market cap of c.£550m, but how does it compare to other companies in B2B payments?
Alpha FX has posted its 2020 annual results with an unusually meandering document for a public company.
Payments processor Stripe has announced that its valuation has climbed to $95bn – three times what it was worth a year ago.
Intermex CEO Robert Lisy on what has driven revenue growth in the company's 2020 results, and the strategy for 2020 and beyond.
Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) has become one of the hottest offerings in the payments space, but how does it intersect with cross-border purchases and FX?
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly entering the B2B payments space – but how far could the development go?
Payout methods is an evolving segment of the market where new payout capabilities emerge.
Remittances players are already showing signs of recovery from the pandemic, as shown by the latest earnings from Western Union, MoneyGram and Euronet.
2020 was a strong year for Shopify. It reported an 86% increase in revenues to $2.9bn and almost double its GMV at $119.6bn.
TransferWise rebranded as Wise last week. Here's how the company is realigning its brand to match its vision for international banking.
Euronet's Money Transfer segment, which includes Ria and XE, reported a good set of results for 2020 despite the challenging year.
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