Payment Industry Research

Payment Industry Analysis

Santander’s Q3 2022 results included an update for its payments subsidiary PagoNxt. PagoNxt continues to make a loss, but did see strong gains.
Payments processor Global Payments saw its adjusted revenues rise 3% YoY to $2.06bn in Q3 2022.
Euronet’s Q3 2022 results saw revenues rise 14% YoY to $931.3m. However, its money transfers segment, which includes Ria and XE, saw just 3% growth
Payment processor Fiserv reaped the benefits of growing merchant acceptance in Q3 22, with its adjusted revenue increasing 8% to $4.27bn..
As part of Money20/20, we hosted a panel on the main stage with Denelle Dixon, CEO of Stellar, and Matt Oppenheimer, CEO of Remitly
Money20/20's attendance was excellent this year. Here are our big takeaways from the biggest payments event of the year.
Our Head of Data and Research, Ian Manns, was on a panel to discuss the key challenges for money transfer players at the recent IAMTN summit in London
Partnerships spanned a variety of sectors this quarter, from crypto payments to expansions into new geographies and even developing the new digital euro
Wise has released its Q2 for FY23 results, seeing revenues rise 59% YoY to £211.5m, leading it to update its guidance for FY23.
We’re excited to introduce our new global payments dataset, which tracks the size of consumer cross-border remittance flows at the corridor and market level.
This week, we attended the IAMTN Annual Summit in London, which featured lively discussions on key challenges and trends in the money transfer space.
SIBOS is a very high-quality event but also a very different type of event to the mainstream fintech and payments conferences such as Money20/20.
Stripe’s Dublin-based holdings company saw revenues grow 66% in 2021, up $896.9m to $2.26bn.
While Q3 has been quieter for cross-border payments in terms of M&As and funding rounds, there have still been some noteworthy developments
We look at Coinbase and Blockto find out if crypto-involved companies' value is more determined by the value of crypto than the wider stock market.
The Russia-Ukraine war, as well as the dollar’s growing strength amidst a broader downturn, is reigniting the topic of de-dollarisation.
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