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by The Republic of South Baba. . 299 reads.

Printed Cablegram

Printed Cablegram


Type: Limited company

Industry: Financial services, Communications

Founded: 6 September 1951

Founder: Victor Radson

Headquarters: Bocaugh, Bocaugh Province

Area served: Worldwide

Key people: Jon Kelvin (CEO),
Mark Santiago (General Counsel)

Products: Wire transfers, Money orders, Money transfers, Charge cards, Traveler's cheques, Telegrams, Mailgrams

Number of employees: 5,638 (2020)


Printed Cablegram

The Printed Cablegram Corporation is a South Baban worldwide financial services and communications company. Its headquarters are in Bocaugh, Bocaugh Province. Printed Cablegram provides money transfer and checking services for dozens of countries as well as worldwide messaging through transoceanic cable, communications satellites and the internet.

Founded as The Cardoza Printed Cablegram Company in Cardoza Province in 1951, Printed Cablegram grew from a small business to presently offer more than 15,000 branches worldwide and having almost 6,000 employees (as of 2020) operating and holding licenses in more than 80 jurisdictions globally. Its Cablecheque network is well known as an international payment method, accounting for more than 55% of total traveler's cheque transactions.

Other than its massive Bocaugh headquarters, Printed Cablegram is building a network of Regional Dispatch Hubs, state-of-the-art regional control centers that will handle the financial and communications giant's ever-growing operational presence worldwide.


Printed Cablegram is headquartered in Bocaugh in a complex designed by a board of architects led by Michelle Pryor and built by the architectural firm Pryor & Schatz. The complex has served as the official headquarters of the Printed Cablegram Corporation since its completion in 2002. Printed Cablegram has additional subsidiary regional headquarters, or Regional Dispatch Hubs. These adjunct offices help represent company interests, facilitate logistical activities, and enjoy certain financial privileges, but do not contain the directorial departments of major divisions and initiatives. The following countries are not only serviced by physical locations and an online presence but also host an aforementioned Regional Dispatch Hub (updated as of October 2020):

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