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How One Fintech Giant is Powering Asia's Biggest Brands

Jason Siew, General Manager, Xendit Malaysia

06-Jul-23 11:00

How One Fintech Giant is Powering Asia's Biggest Brands

Xendit is a fintech firm offering payment solutions to businesses across Southeast Asia, including Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. It caters to SMEs, e-commerce startups, and large enterprises, enabling them to accept various forms of payments, disburse payroll, and run marketplaces.

Known for its speed, simplicity, and 24/7 customer support, Xendit is addressing the fragmented payment landscape in the region. It supports payments from direct debit, virtual accounts, cards, eWallets, retail outlets, and online instalments. By building the region's digital payment infrastructure, Xendit is driving digital transformation, addressing access, reliability, and regulatory needs, thereby enabling businesses to scale and thrive. It powers brands like Traveloka, Transferwise, Ninjavan, and Grab.

We speak to the GM of Xendit Malaysia, Jason Siew on the interdependence of digital payments and the e-commerce space, and the blurring of lines between fintech companies and banks.

Produced by: Richard Bradbury

Presented by: Richard Bradbury

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Categories:  entrepreneursSMEtechnologyCorporates

Tags:  finteche-commercedigital paymentsbanking

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