In Daniel Webber’s conversation with MoneyGram CEO Alex Holmes and COO Kamila Chytil
MoneyGram posted strong digital 2020 results this week against the backdrop of a challenging year. Cross-border digital transactions hit a record 152% growth in 2020. Top-level digital revenue and transactions also grew by triple digits, thanks to innovation on the pay-out side and a strong strategy for digital partnerships.
The pausing of its Ripple relationship and increased competition in retail are the primary headwinds that MoneyGram’s digital business is looking to grow through. How will MoneyGram evolve over the coming years as its targets 50% of its business to be digital?
FXC Intelligence CEO Daniel Webber had a detailed discussion with MoneyGram CEO Alex Holmes and COO Kamila Chytil to find out more.
- Drivers of cross-border principal growth
- The growth in digital partners
- Account deposits as a key driver
- The Visa Direct opportunity
- Offline retail’s ongoing role
- The evolution of the Walmart partnership
- Ripple and the future of MoneyGram’s crypto efforts
- Trends in pricing
- Western Union