Khalid Fellahi, new CEO of the multinational Small World

Prior to joining the London-based multinational, Khalid Fellahi was responsible for developing Western Union’s digital business.

Moroccan Khalid Fellahi was named, yesterday Monday, the new CEO of Small World Financial Services (“Small World”), one of the main international money transfer providers. Prior to joining the London-based multinational, Khalid Fellahi was head of digital business development at Western Union, where he most recently served as President of Consumer Money Transfer. Fellahi replaces Nick Day, founder of Small World in 2005. Nick was instrumental in transforming Small World into a global company with revenues of over £150 million, nearly 1,000 colleagues and the transfer of over £5 billion worth of cash to customers every year.

After 15 years of leadership, Nick retired to pursue other opportunities. “He supports the appointment of a new CEO with a different set of skills and experiences to drive the ambitious growth plans. He remains a shareholder of the company”, underlines the multinational. “I am delighted to join Small World as CEO, a company with an established global presence that has grown rapidly since its inception. I look forward to working closely with Per and the senior management group, as well as the broader Small World team, to continue to grow the business, particularly by growing its omnichannel customer offering,” said Khalid Fellahi on the occasion of his appointment.

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