The first collaboration of its kind between a foreign Islamic bank and a local fintech startup.
“Those with the most evidence of progress and market potential ultimately get the most interest,” said managing partner Khailee Ng
First to receive approval to offer a complete digital experience from customer onboarding (eKYC) to executing transactions online.
State platform for the promotion of digital innovation and entrepreneurship partners with a Malaysian private startup accelerator.
The only fintech startup representing Malaysia from a total of 40 shortlisted finalists.
The festival is said to provide an immersive, all-encompassing view of fintechs and will promote conversations on existing problems within the financial industry.
The Malaysian fintech scene needs more supportive regulation to thrive say panellists at the recent Cyberjaya Startup Summit.
Transfer portal service aimed at individuals and SMEs.
Bank Negara Malaysia’s Financial Technology Regulatory Sandbox is opening doors for fintech players.
Local fintech startup hopeful of getting regulatory approval to launch products locally.