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Viamericas CEO Paul Dwyer Participates in Inter-American Dialogue’s Panel on Remittances

Viamericas CEO Paul Dwyer participated in the Inter-American Dialogue’s panel on remittances to Latin American and the Caribbean held on Thursday, January 25th, 2018 in Washington, DC. The panel met to discuss the remittance flows during 2017 and the prospects for remittances in 2018. The panel discussed possible impact of changes in US immigration policy for remittances to the region. The event was part of the Inter-American Dialogue’s Remittance Industry Observatory, an initiative that seeks to share information and analysis about the remittance market. The panel discussion can be viewed by clicking on the following link:


Viamericas CEO Paul Dwyer interviewed for article in American Banker

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Viamericas Awarded for Digital Platform Transformation by Digital Edge 50 2017

Omni-channel strategy nearing completion

Viamericas, an international licensed remittance company, has been named a Digital Edge 50 award winner for 2017 for its digital transformation project: Viamericas, building a new digital brand & identity:



Viamericas takes top spot in Inter-American Dialogue’s Remittances Transfers Scorecard 2016

For the second time in a row, Viamericas ranks first among remittance providers

Viamericas Corporation, an international licensed remittance company, was once again awarded first place on the Inter-American Dialogue’s Remittances Transfers Scorecard. Viamericas was ranked number one in 2012 as well, the last time the report was published.



PIN4 Targeting US Unbanked and Underbanked Market

HalCash North America is targeting unbanked and underbanked US consumers with its Pin4 cardless ATM service in partnership with remittance firm Viamericas. In addition to cashing out P2P transfers, Pin4 can be used for redeeming promotional offers at ATMs



Why Caribbean Banks Are Bracing for Crisis

In countries like Haiti, remittances matter. Many Haitians rely on money sent from family abroad to meet daily needs, especially in the wake of natural disasters such as Hurricane Matthew, which tore through the country in October.