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FXCintel CEO Daniel Webber interviews Nick Day, CEO of Small World Financial Services and covers a range of topics - including their acquisition by Equistone.
While in Singapore, I had a chance to speak with InstaReM Co-founder and CEO, Prajit Nanu. Prajit believes "bundling" financial products is the future.
Competition in Asia has grown, driven by both local players and Western entrants. Since losing their bid for Moneygram, interest in Alibaba has waned.
The Australian market is becoming increasingly competitive as the big four incumbent banks shift their focus to value-add, integrated services, leaving FinTechs to sweep up the customers or form partnerships. The Australian market is becoming increasingly competitive as the big four incumbent banks shift their focus to value-add, integrated services, leaving FinTechs to sweep up the customers or form partnerships.
Though fintech payment companies develop and bring products to market quickly, they generally lack distribution manpower. White label partnerships often solve this issue. FXC Intelligence takes a look at white label partnerships in the international payments space.
Interview with Transfermate Co-founder Sinead Fitmaurice to talk payments, AIB investment, rails and their new product
How might Ant Financial enter the international payments space after the failed Moneygram bid.
New International payments opportunities for SMEs SMBs corporates are harder than ever to find. We'll help you find them.
Revolut-ionary? … maybe
December 7th, 2017
Free money transfers acquired the customers. Will cross-selling financial products make the money?
On what differentiates Monese from other fintech companies and traditional banks. Pricing, product and bank accounts for expats.
FXC Intelligence CEO Daniel Webber recently sat down with Martin Griffiths, the Head of Fintech at Barclays Bank, to discuss the future of Banks, and their place in the Fintech world.
Abra moves all in on Bitcoin
November 2nd, 2017
Daniel Webber, FXCintel's CEO, catches up with Bill Barhydt, CEO and Founder of Abra.
Interview with Azimo CEO Michael Kent. Insights on new product, market, mobile and competitors of Azimo such as Moneygram and Western Union.
While Transferwise and Circle have already embraced and then distanced themselves from bitcoin, payment processors such as Square and Stripe have helped enable wider consumer adoption.
Customer acquisition is one of the key metrics for any company, and in the crowded international payments space, a smooth on-boarding process is crucial. Below we've mapped out how easy companies make it.
Payment companies expanding into traditional banking products is becoming a defining trend of the current international payments market.
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