Payment Industry Research

Payment Industry Analysis

Paysafe’s revenue growth slowed in 2022, but was still slightly above the company’s guidance for the year
In a mixed quarter for key remittance companies, digital player Remitly and retail-focused Intermex recorded a solid rise in revenues
The collapse of Signature Bank and Silicon Valley Bank still has potential impacts to the payments industry ahead as both were heavily involved in the sector.
Block’s stock price rose after its revenues grew 14% to $4.65bn in Q4 2022, beating analyst expectations on the back of resilient consumer spending.
French payment processor Worldline has beaten its revenue expectations for the year, having reported 10.7% revenue growth to €4.36bn in 2022.
Despite a 5% quarterly increase in net revenues, to $605m in Q4, Coinbase has had a difficult 2022 overall, with FY revenues declining by 57% to $3.1bn.
FIS announced it was spinning off its Merchant Solutions business Worldpay amid relatively soft results
Payment processor Global Payments saw muted growth in 2022 compared to previous years
PayPal’s revenues rose 7% to $7.4bn in Q4 2022 – the lowest quarterly growth the payments giant has seen for a fourth quarter in years
Santander's FY report for 2022 included an update on PagoNxt; the platform is still making a pre-tax loss, but is closing the gap and increasing revenues.
Euronet has published its FY 22 results, reporting a 12% increase in revenue to $3.3bn while its operating income climbed 109% to $385.4m.
Western Union’s Q4 revenues declined 15% YoY to $1.1bn in 2022 (or 6% on a constant currency basis).
In its H2 and FY 22 results, Adyen reported a 49% YoY increase in processed volume to €768bn, while net revenue increased 33% YoY to €1.3bn.
Global business payments player Fleetcor beat expectations in its FY 22 results, with overall year-on-year revenue growth of 21% to $3.4bn.
Payments processor Fiserv saw GAAP revenues grow 9% to $4.63bn in Q4 2022, bringing its total for FY 2022 to $17.7bn (up 9% YoY).
Visa and Mastercard have announced their latest earnings – Q4 2022 for Mastercard and Q1 2023 for Visa. Both companies have noted revenues rising.
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