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MoneyMatch gets nod for digital remittance services

KUALA LUMPUR: MoneyMatch has received an approval in principle for a Class B remittance licence from Bank Negara Malaysia to carry out digital remittance services for businesses and individuals.

Smebiz

Sarawak steps up in building startup ecosystem

TABUNG Ekonomi Gagasan Anak Bumiputera Sarawak (TEGAS) is welcoming applications for the second cohort of the TEGAS Pre-Accelerator Bootcamp (TPAB).

Business

MoneyMatch clinches Asean SME award

SINGAPORE: Malaysian fintech startup MoneyMatch was recognised as one of three winners for the Asean SME category at the recent Singapore Fintech Festival 2018.

SMEBiz

Providing SMEs with an alternative

BUSINESSES are increasingly looking at options to reduce cost and remain competitive in a digital era. And as more SMEs consider the adoption of fintech, firms like MoneyMatch stand an opportunity to grow with the sector.

Business

Taxman scrutinises crypto exchanges

Rules gradually being enacted to clamp down or regulate trading of cryptocurrencies in some Asian countries

Business

Breakfast briefing: Monday, October 30

Breakfast briefing: Monday, October 30

Business

Cheaper cross-border money transfers

PETALING JAYA: MoneyMatch Sdn Bhd, a homegrown company approved by Bank Negara, has launched its “Transfer” portal, a fully digital cross border remittance service offering exchange rates and fees far cheaper than incumbent banks.

Business

Use only licensed fintechs

THE wave of fintech start-ups sprouting up across the globe is good news.

Business

Maybank launches fintech sandbox

PETALING JAYA: Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has launched a regional collaborative financial technology (fintech) sandbox, in tandem with its aim to spur opportunities for start-ups and innovators to develop and test new ideas.

Business

Bank Negara kicks off fintech sandbox

PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara has approved four firms to operate within its “regulatory sandbox”, marking a significant milestone in the growth of financial technology (fintech) in Malaysia.