Cameron Graham

Product Manager
Cameron is a Product Manager at FXC Intelligence, where he focusing on pricing data within the FX and payments industry. He has written comprehensive reports about trends within the money transfer industry, and has previous experience with equity research and microfinance. Cameron has a MA in International Political Economy from King’s College London, and a BA in Political Science from The University of the South.
Cameron Graham
How some of the biggest players from TransferWise to Western Union are treating the remittance and non-remittance corridors and pricing their products.
We analysed the value of corporate clients of leading cross-border payments players Alpha, Cambridge, Ebury & Western Union Business Solutions
What is the value of a digital money transfer business? Comparing Western Union, MoneyGram and TransferWise
WorldFirst has abruptly closed its US business. We assume this move was to help get the Ant Financial deal. Why buy British or Canadian payment companies.
Visa acquired Earthport to strengthen its cross-border and B2B offering. We analyse the deal as well as Mastercard's position in the sector.
Inside Ebury with CEO Juan Lobato and Wholesale Banking Director Mark Hewlett. A data driven company with a unique culture.
NPS Net Promoter Score data for Western Union, MoneyGram, PayPal and other international payment and money transfer companies in the UK.
In the international payments world, who is the Revolut and TransferWise? Wyre, SentBe, Eversend, Assure Hedge, Neo and Transfer Galaxy all tackling the money transfer space.
Big M&A opportunities are few and far between in the sector so news from Bloomberg that Western Union (WU) is looking to sell its business arm (WUBS) is noteworthy.
July saw three significant B2B investments in the international payments space: Airwallex (liquidity & rails), Flywire (processing international payments for healthcare, education and business), and Transfermate (business payments and ERP integrations)
PayPal's brand awareness is similar to major banks. It has a share of wallet in many, many businesses and this will only increase as they expand their credit and early payment product sets. And while the company's international focus is currently centered around the UK, Europe, Australia, and Canada we expect further expansion to follow.
Starling Bank founder and CEO, Anne Boden, was ahead of the curve. She spent more than a few years at big banks - she forged an entire career there before moving on to found Starling Bank in 2014.
International payments company OFX recently announced the launch of their Global Currency Account for Ecommerce Marketplace sellers. This latest multi-currency product launch shows the ongoing evolution of the industry.
Launching the products, getting licensed - these both take time but are not giant barriers. Building a trusted brand to go alongside those products is the difference maker.
FXC Intelligence CEO Daniel Webber sat down with Singapore based TransferTo CEO, Eric Barbier. Eric shed some light on what makes TransferTo unique in the busy money transfer space.
Competition in Asia has grown, driven by both local players and Western entrants. Since losing their bid for Moneygram, interest in Alibaba has waned.
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