Tagged: remittances

Malaysia’s OneCENT Mobile Fintech Platform to Help Businesses Transition to Cashless Digital Transactions

TFP Solutions Bhd, a provider of business productivity solutions and services for large enterprises, is planning to market the OneCENT mobile-based Fintech platform to local consumers in Malaysia after the Movement Control Order (MCO) has been lifted. Datuk Hussian A Rahman, managing director and board… Read More

Fintech Is “Rapidly” Becoming a Key Part of Malaysia’s Financial Sector, with “Considerable Promise” for Expansion: IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), an international organization based in Washington, D.C., consisting of 189 different countries that aim to improve monetary cooperation worldwide, maintain financial stability, and facilitate global trade, acknowledged that Fintech has become a part of everyday life in Malaysia. The IMF… Read More

London-based Paysend Launches Global Money Transfer Service in Australia

London-headquartered Paysend, an international funds transfer company, has confirmed the launch of its money transfer services in Australia. Paysend’s services can now be used in the $1.3 trillion economy to send funds to companies located abroad. The firm said that China, India, and Vietnam are… Read More

MoneyGram Partners with Suez Canal Bank to Help Egyptian Expats Conduct Remittance Payments

MoneyGram International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MGI), a leading international peer-to-peer (P2P) payments and money transfer service provider, revealed on January 23 that it has teamed up with the Suez Canal Bank, an established financial institution that will allow MoneyGram clients to send funds directly to the… Read More

Glenn Austin: Chief Financial Officer at Dash Core Group Explains Why the Cryptocurrency Is Not Considered a Privacy Coin

We recently caught up with Glenn Austin, the chief financial officer at Dash Core Group (creator of DASH or Digital Cash), a major digital currency platform. Austin, a former VP at Morgan Stanley Investment Management who has worked at other big Wall Street names like… Read More

UK Fintech Azimo Joins Prime Minister’s Delegation to Africa

Azimo, a digital money transfer service based in London and Krakow, is set to join Theresa May’s official delegation to Africa – her first official visit to the continent. Azimo is one of 29 companies selected, and the only Fintech, for the visit to Nigeria,… Read More

Largest Independent Digital Remittance company in the US Boosts Transfers to India

Remitly, the largest private digital remittance Fintech HQed in the US, has boosted its money transfer service to India. The update moves its daily sending limit to $30,000 on money sent to India from the United States. Remittance payments around the world have become a… Read More

ZED Network Looks to Provide Blockchain Based Money Transfer Service to Global MTOs

A couple of months back during the Crypto Invest Summit in Los Angeles at a private dinner, I happened to find myself sitting next to Alan Safahi, CEO and founder of ZED Network based in Canada. I was intrigued about his blockchain based company and… Read More

WorldRemit Makes Global Expansion Look Easy: Partners with Xpress to Offer Pakistanis Instant Remittances

In the last five days WorldRemit announced expansion into Russia, Ethiopia, Uganda and Western and Central Africa. Add Pakistan to the list. WorldRemit is on fire! The digital money transfer service today announced a partnership with global money transfer brand Xpress Money to open up new… Read More

Remittance Service Platforms in Singapore Aim to Lower Costs & Increase Access

Economic migrants rely on remittances to ensure that their families are well off at home and to maintain ties to their home countries.  Fees imposed by big banks and traditional remittance institutions eat into foreign workers’ hard-earned incomes, however, so startups focused on money transfers… Read More

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