Founded Year

2005

Stage

Reverse Merger | IPO

Total Raised

$257M

Revenue

$0000 

About Payoneer

Payoneer (NASDAQ: PAYO) empowers global commerce by connecting businesses, professionals, countries, and currencies with its cross-border payments platform. Corporations including Airbnb, Amazon, Getty Images, Google, and UpWork rely on Payoneer's mass payout services. With Payoneer's fast, flexible, secure, and low-cost solutions, businesses and professionals in both developed and emerging markets can now pay and get paid globally as easily as they do locally.

Payoneer Headquarter Location

150 West 30th Street Suite 600

New York, New York, 10001,

United States

+1 646 658 3695

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  • Mass Payouts

    Mass payment, also known as mass payout, is a method of paying multiple recipients online simultaneously. Mass payments solutions are often used by organizations that need to make a high volume of payments using multiple payment methods, in multiple currencies, to countries across the world. With Payoneer, you can easily make payments to a large number of payees in just minutes using our robust payments APIs. Our range of mass payout options includes payments to prepaid MasterCard® cards, transfers to local banks, local eWallets, and international checks. We make sure your mass payouts meet the requirements of every country you send money to through our secure and tightly audited payments platform.

    Differentiation

    Payoneer is the expert in international mass payout payments. Payoneer goes far beyond payments: Payoneer’s Enterprise 360° is an end-to-end solution for global mass payouts, with optional services… 

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Expert Collections containing Payoneer

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SMB Fintech

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Gig Economy Value Chain

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Startups in this collection are leveraging technology to provide financial services and HR offerings to the gig economy industry

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Payments

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Companies and startups in this collection enable consumers, businesses, and governments to pay each other - online and at the physical point-of-sale.

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Conference Exhibitors

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Latest Payoneer News

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Jun 22, 2022

Latest global banking news Here's what's happening around the world. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Walmart, Payoneer team for U.K. e-commerce initiative Walmart is teaming with New York-based Payoneer on a new initiative to expand the range of goods it sells from U.K. merchants by streamlining online cross-border payments technology within Walmart Marketplace. Payoneer is providing Walmart’s U.K. sellers with integrated payment options to simplify and streamline payments connections to U.S. buyers. The move aims to enable U.K. sellers to ship goods from sectors including fashion, kitchen, home, beauty and sporting goods to U.S. consumers through two-day shipping options it’s developing. –Kate Fitzgerald Fido executives including (left to right) Guy Shaked, chief technology officer; Alon Eitan, CEO and Kelvin Abdallah, chief commercial officer, in the Nima Market in Accra, Ghana. Eliken Studios African startup raises $30 million for autonomous lending platform Ghana-based fintech Fido, which uses autonomous technology and machine learning to rapidly qualify underbanked citizens for loans, has raised $30 million from international investors. Fido’s model automatically assembles available data about prospective borrowers and makes decisions in real time via a mobile app. The startup said it will use the funding for further technology research and development, with the goal of expanding Fido’s platform to lenders across Africa. Fido’s backers include Israel-based Fortissimo Capital and Boston-based Yard Ventures. To date Fido has raised about $38 million. –Kate Fitzgerald Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg Italian bank launches metaverse development hub Italy-based bank Sella and dpixel, its venture capital incubator, are launching an accelerator program seeking financial services startups operating in the Metaverse. Based within the Turin-based tech hub OGR Torino, the Metaverse 4 Finance Accelerator targets domestic and international startups seeking capital and technical help in developing finance-based Web3 concepts that will be ready for market launch within six to 10 months. The pool of interested candidates will be narrowed to five finalist startups who will each receive 100,000 euros in funding to develop their concepts, which may span socializing, gaming, marketing or finance. –Kate Fitzgerald Cristobal Olivares/Bloomberg LATAM launches loyalty card for South American travel Chile-based LATAM Airlines Group, which operates flights in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Peru, has partnered with San Francisco-based credit card company Cardless to launch a loyalty credit card programs targeting frequent U.S. travelers to South America. The Mastercard-branded credit cards, to be issued by Salt Lake City, Utah-based First Electronic Bank, provide rewards that can be redeemed for airline travel on LATAM Airlines and its partner, Delta Air Lines. One version of the card is free and a second $99-a-year version offers more options to earn rewards, perks and upgrades. –Kate Fitzgerald Kobi Wolf/Bloomberg Israel conducts new central bank digital currency tests The Bank of Israel is running pilot tests of a central bank digital currency that could allow anonymous payments. The central bank is trying to determine how to offer the privacy of cash transactions while ensuring the CBDC cannot be used for laundering or other financial crimes. The government would provide a digital wallet for citizens to hold two types of digital shekels–one that is recorded in a ledger and another that is not. The wallets would have a monthly limit on how much of the CBDC could be used anonymously, with any payments beyond that limit automatically recorded in a ledger. -John Adams Bloomberg Stripe adds markets to its bank transfer network Stripe has added the U.K., EU and Mexico to markets that offer bank transfers for the payment company's business clients. The service launched in Japan earlier this year, and automates reconciliation through a virtual account number for each user. This allows businesses to determine if a payment is the proper amount, and use a dashboard and application programming interface to refund overpayments and collect for underpayments without initiating a new transfer. Stripe plans to launch the service in the U.S. later in 2022 and will add new features, such as open banking in the U.K.-John Adams Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg U.K. plans tougher buy now/pay later regulations The U.K. government is tightening rules on buy now, pay later loans to try to prevent borrowers from taking on unaffordable debts. After months of consultations, the Treasury confirmed that lenders will be required to carry out affordability checks on customers and ensure advertisements are fair. Providers will need to be approved by the Financial Conduct Authority and borrowers can take complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service. The government aims to lay secondary legislation by mid-2023, after which the FCA will consult on its regulation. It comes as companies from Apple Inc. to Klarna Bank AB race to offer shoppers the chance to pay for small items in installments, which are interest-free if they pay on time. –Marion Dakers, Bloomberg News Akio Kon/Bloomberg Sumitomo plans investment in SBI Holdings Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc. is preparing to take a stake in SBI Holdings Inc., according to a person familiar with the matter, marking a major alliance between two Japanese financial giants. Japan’s second-largest banking group plans to hold as much as 10% of SBI, a stake valued at about 60 billion yen ($443 million), the person said, asking not to be identified because the discussions are private. The Tokyo-based companies will collaborate on the securities business, the Nikkei reported earlier Tuesday, citing a person it didn’t identify. Representatives for SBI and Sumitomo Mitsui said nothing has been decided. –Taiga Uranaka and Takako Taniguchi, Bloomberg News Fiona Goodall/Bloomberg Nayax expands into New Zealand's unattended retail market Nayax, a global commerce enablement and payment platform, is expanding its footprint into New Zealand with its Onyx contactless card reader and cashless payment solutions designed for unattended businesses such as self-service laundromats, automated car washes, public transportation and other use cases. The card reader accepts all cashless and contactless payment methods and allows merchants to manage operations remotely with telemetry capabilities that provide an overview of sales, machine data and real-time alerts. – Paige Hagy U.S., Gazelle Finance to aid displaced Ukrainian businesses The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) has opened an economic recovery facility for Ukrainian businesses displaced by the war with Russia. The DFC is partnering with Gazelle Finance, an American investment group with a focus on Eurasia, and USAID Georgia. The facility will support small and medium enterprises whose workers were displaced to Georgia, offering resources to keep the businesses running and making use of the influx of skilled labor. “The facility will protect jobs and create new market opportunities to grow their businesses,” said DFC chief executive Scott Nathan in a release. —Victoria Zhuang Several Democratic bills to support down-payment assistance for mortgage borrowers and other housing programs met with protests from Republicans, who said the legislation would further fuel inflation. The GOP maneuvers failed, but they highlighted the parties’ differing priorities ahead of the midterm elections.

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  • When was Payoneer founded?

    Payoneer was founded in 2005.

  • Where is Payoneer's headquarters?

    Payoneer's headquarters is located at 150 West 30th Street, New York.

  • What is Payoneer's latest funding round?

    Payoneer's latest funding round is Reverse Merger.

  • How much did Payoneer raise?

    Payoneer raised a total of $257M.

  • Who are the investors of Payoneer?

    Investors of Payoneer include Wellington Management, T. Rowe Price, Millennium Management, FTAC Olympus Acquisition, Franklin Templeton and 15 more.

  • Who are Payoneer's competitors?

    Competitors of Payoneer include Previse, Pine Labs, TransferGo, GoCardless, Routefusion, Klarna, Tipalti, Veem, Handle Financial, PingPong and 32 more.

  • What products does Payoneer offer?

    Payoneer's products include Mass Payouts and 4 more.

  • Who are Payoneer's customers?

    Customers of Payoneer include Walmart, Coupang and Upwork.

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