Western Union Buys Panamanian Agent

Western Union, announced the completion of the acquisition of Transfer Express de Panama, a Panama-based money transfer and bill payments company.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Western Union said that Transfer Express de Panama will directly operate its own 15 locations and manage relationships with sub-agents who represent nearly 100 sites throughout the country.

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