iMoney’s cofounder and CEO, Lee Ching Wei believes they have helped change how consumers look for financial products.
KL-founded CompareAsia expanded to seven other Asian markets but lost its focus on its home base of Malaysia. It now plans to rectify this mistake.
Personal finance portal MoneySmart.sg has secured US$1.9 million in Series A funding, and plans to expand its team and enter one more country in Asia.
Financial comparison and application website RinggitPlus.com and personal finance education website SaveMoney.my have officially announced a merger which they said legally took place in March.
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Malaysian financial comparison startup Intelligent Money Sdn Bhd, better known as iMoney, pumped up by its US$4-million sale of a 20.1% stake to ASX-listed iSelect Ltd, is now ready to embark on its next phase of growth.
Financial comparison website company CompareAsia Group has secured over US$3 million in funding from Stem Capital Partners and “other International investors,” it said in a statement.
Financial comparison startup iMoney Group announced it has raised US$2 million in a Series A funding round led by Jungle Ventures, with other investors being Econa AG, Rebright Partners, IMJ Fenox, Fenox Venture Capital, 500 Startups, Vogel Ventures and angel investor Lim Der Shing.