Pertama Digital eyes digital banking licence


Its executive director Sabri Ab Rahman says the group has been building its capabilities in the financial technology space.

ONE of the smaller companies vying for a piece of digital banking in Malaysia is Pertama Digital Bhd, which has teamed up with Indonesia-based Crowdo Holdings Pte Ltd.

Little-known Pertama, formerly known as Sinotop Holdings Bhd, runs a digital court bail system called eJamin.

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