TerraPay expands footprint in 32 countries in Europe through acquisition of Pay2Global Acquisition Expands Global Footprint and Fast-tracks Entry Into 32 Markets in the European Economic Area TerraPay, a mobile-first international network, a company incubated by Mahindra Comviva, announced today it has completed the acquisition of UK-based Pay2Global Limited, following regulatory... read more →
Analyst Mention- Cross-Border Remittances - The Next Frontier for Mobile Money in Africa Publisher: IDC Date: August 2016. The report mentions TerraPay as an emerging mobile money hub which provides a channel that reduces time to market, ensures regulatory approval, and lowers customer acquisition costs in cross-border remittances industry.
Mobile as a proxy identity for international payments by Ambar Sur, Founder & CEO, TerraPay Identity in a borderless digital world Digital identity is the essential founding block of borderless e-commerce. As dealings are conducted remotely, without personal interactions or without any history of personal acquaintance, the ability to verify... read more →
The future of remittances is digital by Ambar Sur, Founder & CEO, TerraPay The remittance industry is being digitally remastered. A growing base of customers comfortable with using mobile devices, increasing competition from new entrants and margin pressures due to a growing global consensus on lowering remittance transaction fees is... read more →
Our Vision for Africa's Remittance 'One Network' Interview with Ambar Sur, Founder & CEO, TerraPay In Africa the international remittances market is in the midst of a transformation. The region’s predominantly informal remittances market is embracing digitization to create affordable products and to promote economic and financial advancement of 100M... read more →
Innovations in digitizing cross-border remittances Interview with Ambar Sur, Founder & CEO, TerraPay. "International transfers can be inconvenient, expensive, or slow and particularly binding on migrants who need to make small value transfers. Yet while domestic money transfer has moved to the mobile channel in many cases, cross border remittances... read more →