Lee Ching Wei
iMoney partners Ramci to offer Malaysians a free digital credit-scoring tool.
iMoney’s cofounder and CEO, Lee Ching Wei believes they have helped change how consumers look for financial products.
Malaysia’s national Budget 2016 had some good parts and some bad stuff. Industry players do themselves, and the people of Malaysia, a disservice when they give out huzzahs while ignoring the bad, writes DNA executive editor A. Asohan.
While many industry players were largely enthusiastic about the national Budget 2016 that Malaysian Prime Minister and Finance Minister Najib Razak tabled in Parliament on Oct 23, some concerns remained.
KL-based fintech startup iMoney has announced a new leadership team to support and extend its position in South-East Asia ahead of its next fund-raising round.
The duo behind Kaodim.com, managed to raise a RM2 million (US$550,000) seed round within four months of launching their site. Karamjit Singh writes why they don’t have to worry about having “He was a good employee” inscribed on their tombstones.
The panellists at DNA-TeAM Disrupt rejoiced at the prospect of more funds flowing into the ecosystem next year, but lamented the fact that many investors still ask ‘template questions.’
Many entrepreneurs say that the type of questions an investors asks, says a lot about the type of investor they are, and hence the DNA-TEAM Disrupt panel discussion for November asks: Are Investors Asking All the Wrong Questions?
A new exit opportunity opens for startups based in Malaysia, while the continued good progress made by iMoney inspires, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
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.