Grab, Razer, AirAsia exploring bids for Malaysia digital bank licence -


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  • Thursday, 23 Jan 2020

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SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR: Ride-hailing group Grab, gaming firm Razer, AirAsia, telecoms firm Axiata and lender CIMB are among companies looking to apply for digital banking licences in Malaysia, sources told Reuters.

Some of these companies have begun talking to consultancies as they explore a possible foray into digital banking, the people familiar with the matter said.

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