Western Union has been making our customers' lives a little better for more than 160 years.
Founded as the New-York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company in 1851, Western Union continues to span distances with innovative technology. For more than 160 years, we have been a powerful force fueling global economic growth and innovation.
Today, we promote global economic opportunity and growth by bridging gaps in the financial services sector. Our growing product portfolio includes business solutions, consumer-to-consumer money transfer, bill-payment services and stored-value options such as prepaid cards. Online, by phone, from more than 100,000 ATMs and through more than 500,000 Agent locations worldwide, Western Union aims to move money anytime, anywhere and any way our customers choose, helping consumers and businesses grow.
Western Union is headquartered in Englewood, US
Key People at Western Union
EVP and President, Americas and European Union
President, CEO and Director
EVP, General Counsel and Secretary
EVP, Global Operations and Technology, CIO
EVP & CHRO
SVP & GM, Western Union Digital
SVP, President, Western Union Business Solutions
EVP and President, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, Eastern Europe & CIS
Western Union Locations
Mexico City, MX
Kuala Lumpur, MY
San Francisco, US
San Jose, US
Santa Ana, US
Buenos Aires, AR
Western Union Metrics
Western Union Summary
Closing share price
Western Union's latest market capitalization is $10.5 B.
Western Union Financials
Western Union's revenue was $5.48 B in FY, 2015 which is 2.2% decrease from the previous period.
Western Union Market Value History
Market Position – Financial Services, money transfer, payments