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Whistleblower used payout to start business helping the world's poor

As a kid, Ismail Ahmed's family used to depend on remittances. He later founded WorldRemit, a money transfer platform that allows people in over 125 countries to send money internationally. He started the company after getting a big payout for blowing the whistle on corruption in a United Nations program.