MoneyGram International Names Peter J. Caddigan Vice President, Global Security And Investigations

MoneyGram International (NYSE:MGI), a leading global money transfer company, announced today that Peter J. Caddigan has joined the company as vice president for Global Security and Investigations.

“We’re fortunate to have Peter at MoneyGram. With his background leading federal investigative units, he will strengthen our relationships with law enforcement, working closely with them in our mutual effort to combat fraud,” said Kim Garner, senior vice president of global security and investigations.

Caddigan brings to MoneyGram nearly 25 years of experience working in federal law enforcement, serving in a variety of leading investigative roles. He most recently was with the Transportation Security Administration, where he served first as the special agent in charge (SAIC) of the Inspections Division and then as the SAIC of the Special Investigations Unit, both in the Office of Inspection at TSA’s Headquarters. He has also served as a special agent at the Food and Drug Administration, as well as more than 10 years as a special agent conducting criminal investigations in the U.S. Secret Service.

About MoneyGram International

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