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
Digital money transfer platform Azimo has published its FY 2020 results, showing year-on-year revenue growth of 32% but increased losses.
Mark Frey, President of Cambridge, and John Coughlin, President of Corporate Payments at FLEETCOR, discuss the acquisition of AFEX and future plans.
Banking Circle CEO Anders La Cour discusses the company's success during 2020's ecommerce boom, and how it plans to grow in the future.
Hasan Fardan Al Fardan, CEO of Al Fardan Exchange discusses the company's plans for growth and the remittance industry in the UAE.
iBanFirst has taken the unusual approach of gaining funding through a private equity deal. We spoke to CEO Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier to find out more.
How Visa is approaching the opportunities presented by digital currency, as payments companies increasingly embrace cryptocurrency.
Skander Malcolm, CEO of OFX, discusses the company's FY 2021 earnings and its B2B and enterprise transition with Daniel Webber, FXC Intelligence CEO.
Payoneer has released its first earnings numbers after going public via a SPAC. CEO Scott Galit discusses the Q1 2021 earnings and beyond.
Daniel Webber speaks to CEO Robert Lisy about Intermex's Q1 2021 earnings results and its future plans.
Daniel Webber discusses MoneyGram's Q1 2021 earnings and plans for the future with CEO Alex Holmes.
Daniel Webber discusses Western Union's Q1 2021 earnings with CFO Raj Agrawal.
Flywire published its S1 last week, the first public unveiling of the company's financials ahead of its planned IPO later this year.
Growing numbers of companies are beginning to launch partnerships or services focused on using crypto for payments – including in cross-border payments.
Currencies Direct is one of only a few major players in the sector that remain private equity-backed. So what comes next?
Who are the 100 most important cross-border payment companies? Our annual market map has the details.
Daniel Webber spoke to MoneyGram CEO Alex Holmes and COO Kamila Chytil about the company's FY 2020 earnings results and future plans.
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