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History

1994
Intermex Founded

Intermex Founded

Intermex Wire Transfer, LLC began operations in the states of Washington and Oregon.

1996
Operations start in Florida

Operations start in Florida

The company expanded operations to Florida opening headquarters in Miami.

2000

Licensed in 10 American States

Intermex became licensed in 10 U.S. states. Enhanced technology fostered growth by allowing money transfer agents to use computers to communicate remotely.

2004
Operations Launched in Texas

Operations Launched in Texas

Intermex launched operations in Texas, a key state due to its large Hispanic population. The same year, Intermex acquired Access Financial, a money order company based in Dallas.

2006

Major Investment

New York-based investment firm Lindsay, Goldberg & Bessemer acquired a majority stake in Intermex providing the Company with capital to expand and pursue market opportunities.

2007
License Approvals in Eight More States

License Approvals in Eight More States

Intermex acquired Miami-based money transfer company Servimex, Inc. and expands to various states including Michigan, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio, Maryland, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Arkansas.

2008
Acquisition and Expansion

Acquisition and Expansion

Intermex acquired Florida-based money transfer company Americana de Servicios and expands operations to California and New York, both major markets for family remittances.  The same year, Intermex acquired the Latin American business of money transfer company Maniflo, based in California.

2009
New President and CEO

New President and CEO

Retail financial services veteran Robert Lisy joined Intermex as President and CEO. Building on the company’s core competencies, Lisy and the Intermex Executive Management team become instrumental in developing and executing a long-term strategic plan including the expansion of the company’s network in Mexico, Central and South America.

2014
Intermex Today

Intermex Today

Intermex has consolidated its position as one of the leading money transfer companies to Latin America, continuously outpacing the market growth.


2016