Lucy Ingham

Head of Content
Lucy is Head of Content at FXC Intelligence, overseeing all content and taking deep dives into the trends and data driving changes in payments. Before joining FXC Intelligence, Lucy worked as a technology journalist and editor, interviewing CEOs and major names across enterprise technology, including fintech. She has an MSc in Development Anthropology from Durham University.
Lucy Ingham
Whether via a SPAC or the more traditional IPO route, the number of payments companies seemingly on the verge of going public is substantial.
How many of the leading payment processors and card networks are introducing support for payments in cryptocurrency?
Alpha FX has a current market cap of c.£550m, but how does it compare to other companies in B2B payments?
Payments processor Stripe has announced that its valuation has climbed to $95bn – three times what it was worth a year ago.
Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) has become one of the hottest offerings in the payments space, but how does it intersect with cross-border purchases and FX?
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly entering the B2B payments space – but how far could the development go?
Remittances players are already showing signs of recovery from the pandemic, as shown by the latest earnings from Western Union, MoneyGram and Euronet.
What is the state of the cross-border ecommerce landscape in 2021? We map out the key players across each market. Download the map here.
We spoke to Antonio Soares, CEO of Brazilian Banking as a Service provider Conductor following the company’s $170m funding round at the end of last year.
Western Union CEO Hikmet Ersek and Walmart's Financial Services team explain the motives behind the Walmart-Western Union partnership.
While some industries have already been hit hard by Brexit, cross-border payments has mostly been well-prepared for the UK's exit from the EU.
2021 promises a host of product launches from major companies in the global payments space. We look at some of the biggest set to release this year.
2020 was quite a year for Travelex's parent company Finablr, and with its sale, 2021 promises further developments.
Initial thoughts on Paysafe's return to public trading through its SPAC merger with Foley Trasimene Acquisition Corp II.
Here's how key cross-border payments companies fared on the stock market in 2020. Number one may surprise you.
A Central Bank of Nigeria decision has created new barriers to the Nigerian remittances market. We look at how key players have responded.
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