Peer lending for small businesses


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WONG Kah Meng (pic), chief executive officer of Funding Societies, is driven to make an impact where it matters most – to provide financing to more SMEs.

Funding Societies, which started in Singapore in 2015, is one of the first peer-to-peer (P2P) financing companies to open its doors here in Malaysia in February this year. It is also present in Indonesia.

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