Business acquisition is a tricky and risky game, and if you are interested in playing, you have to know the rules – which iMoney’s Iris Lee lays out in this article.
Malaysia has produced some of South-East Asia’s most successful dotcom and ICT companies, and has much to offer the smart investor, but is somehow not on investors’ radars, writes Dr V. Sivapalan.
iMoney said it will begin offering personalised mortgage consultancy services to consumers in Penang and Johor Baru, in addition to Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan.
If you are thinking of investing or transacting in Bitcoin, or are just intrigued by how it works, here are a few things you should know, courtesy of iMoney Malaysia editor Iris Lee.
Malaysia’s financial literacy provider MoneyTree and the country’s largest financial comparison site by traffic iMoney have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that they hope will expand both organisations’ depth and breadth of services in the region.
Lee Ching Wei, cofounder of 18-month-old financial services comparison startup iMoney which last week announced it had raised US$2 million in its Series A round, speaks to DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
This week probably ranks as among the best weeks of the year for DNA in terms of interesting stories – stories that show Malaysian tech startups making important breakthroughs, writes Karamjit Singh.
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.
The second in Dinesh Lal Kumar’s four-part series covering the challenges banks face in serving the digital consumer.