Send Stock / PaymentsFounded: 2018

Send was established in 2018 and focuses on eliminating banking and payment limitations. Being accessible to all, Send offers a personal and business platform for currency transfers. It is creating a platform that allows for great rates, fee-free transfers, and lightning-fast payments.Send is reinventing the speed of currency transfer, putting the change in currency exchange.

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Management Team

Paul Billing
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Ryan Maddock
Chief Financial Officer
Alexandra Rofe
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Ian Cragg
Co-Founder & Head of Partnerships

Board Members

Arseny Klekovkin
G1 Ventures (London)

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News Highlights

FedNow can help your bank send and receive money instantly at any time — here’s how it works
You might know money transfer apps like Venmo and Zelle, but behind the scenes, banks and financial institutions utilize similar systems like the FedNow® Service —an instant-payment service developed by the Federal Reserve. This instant-payment system allows financial institutions to make swift payments and can also streamline timely bill payments. However, because it’s not a consumer service money transfer app like Venmo, FedNow is only available for banks to adopt. Below, CNBC Select breaks down how FedNow works and what you need to know about the instant-payment service.
International Money Transfer: Best Ways To Send Money Internationally
People in the U.S. send a hefty $74.6 billion to individuals in low- and middle-income countries each year, according to World Bank data. Meanwhile, transaction costs for international money transfers average just over 6%, the World Bank says—meaning if you send $1,000 to a friend overseas or a relative back in your family’s home country, it could cost you around $60. Forbes Advisor analyzed numerous money transfer services to determine which ones provide the best value. We selected top picks in each category based on fees, accessibility, available payment methods and delivery speed.
Updated on: Apr 14, 2024


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