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The past week has been eventful for MoneyGram, one of most well known names in the payment space. MoneyGram announced the company would have to pay a $125m fine and that core money transfer revenues were down 14%. Shareholders responded by wiping around 50% off an already deflated share price and multiple threats of lawsuits followed.
Nearly two years ago, MoneyGram was riding high off the back of an offer from the giant Chinese financial services company Ant Financial. An initial bid of $13.25 was subsequently raised to an agreed sale price of $18. As of 31 jan 2019, MoneyGram’s share price is $2.09.What happened?
- Background on MoneyGram
- Ant Financial’s battle for MoneyGram
- MoneyGram in January 2019
- Drivers of Revenue and Profit
- Digital and Mobile Positioning
- Competitive Analysis
- Value of MoneyGram