Daniel Webber

Founder & CEO
Daniel is Founder and CEO at FXC Intelligence. Daniel is a leading influencer in the international payments space globally. He is frequently invited to speak at industry conferences and provide insights and data on the sector. Daniel is widely quoted across the sector including in The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Daniel is also a contributor for Forbes.com. FXC Intelligence's weekly industry newsletter is the most widely read in the international payments market.
Daniel Webber
As the fallout from Wirecard continues, we provide some first thoughts on what this means for the sector and on how it hits the fintechs.
We highlight the pricing premium aspect of the Western Union and MoneyGram deal. Also, we give an update on Finablr.
We publish the industry thoughts on who will emerge strongest from the pandemic based on key capabilities, collected through our industry survey.
Western Union is reported to have bid to buy rival MoneyGram last week. We look at what the deal might mean at a high level.
Our conversation with OFX's CEO Skander Malcolm on the drivers of the 2020 full year positive results.
Our conversation with INTL FCStone on the drivers of the Q1 2020 positive results. We also look at EncoreFX bankruptcy proceedings.
Travelex and UAE Exchange owner Finablr discovered $1 billion of debt. We look at what happened to the distressed company and what's next for it.
After Ebury closed their deal with Santander, we were given a first look at the company's 2019/2020 numbers. Ebury hits £100m+ in revenue.
Euronet published its Q1 2020 results. Ria and XE's revenue are slightly up, but margins are squeezed. Covid-19 is expected to negatively impact Q2 2020.
COVID-19 is severely impacting cross-border payments. What can companies learn from the Great Recession? The impact of non-cash payments on pricing.
The analysis of the overall UK and US stock markets shows that cross-border payments have been severely impacted by coronavirus.
MoneyGram's Q4 earnings forced the company to shed lights on its operations with Ripple. Is TransferWise going to catch Western Union up?
Who are the 100 most important companies globally in cross-border payments? To receive a copy of our market map, please fill in your details.
Western Union and Ria and XE 2019 full year results and insights. We analyse the financial results to understand the drivers of their performance.
Debit and pre-paid cards are the natural product extension for many cross-border payment companies, as shown by the recent launch of Remitly's Passbook.
In 2019 M&A activity was strong, challengers grew to turn into incumbents soon and new pricing strategies emerged. What can we expect for 2020?
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