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.
An analysis of Wise's growth and its sustainability across both its personal and business segments.
The cross-border payments companies most likely to IPO in 2022, according to FXC Intelligence.
Our predictions for the cross-border payments trends in 2022, covering remittances, cryptocurrency, B2B payments, ecommerce and more.
With 2021 almost at an end, we’re now in a position to review the share price performance of cross-border payments’ biggest publicly listed companies.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have once again proved extremely strong for ecommerce, but how has cross-border fared?
Wise ups expectations for FY 22
December 6th, 2021
Despite having released its Q2 22 results in October, Wise has put out its half-yearly numbers, which provide an improved FY 22 projection.
The World Bank has published its latest numbers on global remittance flows, and all signs point to a strong rebound from 2020.
The big public remittances companies' run of ever-improving quarters following the pandemic dried up in Q3 2021.
PayPal has posted its Q3 2021 results and was in part a victim of its own recent success.
Visa and Mastercard have both published their calendar Q3 2021 earnings results, which for Visa is Q4 2021. Here's the cross-border highlights.
Santander has reported its Q3 21 results, providing an update about its digital subsidiary PagoNxt.
Wise has released its Q2 for FY22 results (Q3 2021 in calendar time), the second quarter since it went public on the London Stock Exchange.
Almost four years after it dropped support for Bitcoin, payments major Stripe has announced that it is re-entering the space with a dedicated team.
Facebook has launched its Novi digital wallet, causing strong moves in the market among remittance players.
Last week we saw the publication of Curve’s FY 2020 results, which raise some interesting questions about the company – particularly around profitability.
Payment service providers (PSPs) are adding growing numbers of additional services to attract online sellers.
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