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Payment Industry Analysis

Wise has released its Q2 for FY22 results (Q3 2021 in calendar time), the second quarter since it went public on the London Stock Exchange.
Almost four years after it dropped support for Bitcoin, payments major Stripe has announced that it is re-entering the space with a dedicated team.
Facebook has launched its Novi digital wallet, causing strong moves in the market among remittance players.
Last week we saw the publication of Curve’s FY 2020 results, which raise some interesting questions about the company – particularly around profitability.
Payment service providers (PSPs) are adding growing numbers of additional services to attract online sellers.
Santander's Getnet Brazil is going public – here's how the company is positioned ahead of its market debut.
The leading consumer remittances players are increasingly leveraging their offerings as B2B or platform plays.
The most notable funding rounds and market listings, including IPOs, SPACs and direct listings in global payments for Q3 2021.
Global adoption of cryptocurrency has soared in recent years, and while it’s often considered an asset, it is seeing increasing use in remittances.
TrueLayer’s $130m investment from Tiger Global Management and Stripe has given the company a $1bn+ valuation for the first time.
After being sold to Goldfinch Partners and The Baupost Group for $910m, Western Union Business Solutions is being renamed Convera.
Tiger Global has increasingly focused on the fintech space, becoming one of the industry's hottest, biggest and quickest funders.
After a tough 2020, international payments player Equals Group’s H1 2021 results indicate the company is set for a bounceback year.
The central banks of India and Singapore have announced that the two country’s digital payment systems, Singapore’s PayNow and India's UPI, are to be linked.
In countries with parallel exchange rates, official benchmark exchange rates do not reflect the actual exchange rate.
The highlights from Money20/20 Europe 2021, including key announcements from the cross-border payments industry.
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