Transaction volume up 26.8% to US$644mil bil in first half of 2022 Plans to be Unstoppable in mission of simplifying financial access Following the recent digital bank license award from Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), Boost launched its refreshed brand today, along with an update on future plans for the coming months and 2023.
Leaders from Boost, Fundaztic, AEON Credit and Bank Negara Malaysia share their views on competition between fintech players, digital banks and incumbent banks
Axiata sees steady performance in 1Q22, profit impacted by unrealised forex losses primarily in Sri Lanka
Boost YoY revenue of 29.2%, net loss of RM48 mil, Boost Life users up 11% Given the challenging externalities, landed first quarter on steady footing
Offer greater access for financial inclusion amongst underserved & unserved Boost spent past few years building essential blocks for a digital bank
First fully digital financier in Southeast Asia to securitize financing portfolio Rating reflects quality of its portfolio underpinned by algorithmic scoring
Boost has rolled out “Game Connect”, a one-stop Storefront solution for Malaysian gamers through its subsidiary Boost Connect.
Boost is making available financing that offers MSMEs up to US$23,900 through ‘Capital Plus,’ financed through its market leading digital lending subsidiary Boost Credit.
Mastercard and Boost have embarked on a strategic partnership to provide a range of innovative payment solutions and offerings to deliver more choice, convenience, and security to Malaysian and Indonesian consumers.
Homegrown eWallet Boost announced a new collaboration with Sabah Tourism Board to support the revival and regeneration of the state’s tourism sector and overall local economy.
Majlis Bandaraya Seberang Perai selects Boost Biz as its strategic partner and the preferred e-payment services provider for the city of Seberang Perai.