Callum Tyndall

Senior Sub-Editor
Callum is a Senior Sub-Editor at FXC Intelligence, editing reports, news and analysis to support the company’s weekly content and client projects. Before joining FXC Intelligence, he worked as a B2B editor covering a broad range of topics, including energy, packaging and the food and beverage industries. He has a BA in English and American Literature from the University of Kent.
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We review the most prolific investors in payments, where the key regional focuses for investment are and what stages investment is being focused on.
2022 has been a year of tumult for much of the payments industry, but the B2B space has provided opportunities for growth and expansion
It has been a hard year for cryptocurrency, with the ongoing crypto winter seeing prices crash and companies struggle through layoffs and stock dips
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have proved strong for ecommerce once more, despite high inflation, according to Shopify insights.
Banks are the biggest source of new customers for money transfers providers, but how much are US Tier 2 banks working to retain these customers?
Leading remittance players have continued to experience slowing growth across their consumer money transfer revenues in Q3 2022.
Western Union’s Q3 2022 results saw revenues decline 15% YoY to $1.09bn, while C2C revenues dropped 11% and transactions dipped 12% YoY
Visa and Mastercard have announced their latest earnings, both reporting strong net revenue growth, yet YoY growth has slowed.
Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter is will see the company pursue new revenue streams. Here's how payments represent a vital piece of the puzzle for Twitter.
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
As finance increasingly digitalises, banks are exploring the prospect of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and what they could mean for payments.
We caught up with Flywire CEO Mike Massaro to discuss the company’s latest strong quarter as part of our Post-Earnings Call Series.
Payoneer co-CEOs Scott Galit and John Caplan discuss the company’s strong and increasingly diversified Q2 2022 results.
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