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Adyen - The Unicorn to Unify The Fragmented Payments System?

Warren Hayashi, Asia - Pacific President, Adyen

20-Jul-20 08:05

Adyen - The Unicorn to Unify The Fragmented Payments System?

Digital payments have picked up steam over the last few years and look to be the way forward, but for most countries it’s a very fragmented market for customers, but also businesses and merchants.

Dutch unicorn Adyen, says that they’re the solution, and can better unify the payments space.

Roshan speaks to their Asia-Pacific President, Warren Hayashi, about their recent entry into the Malaysian market, the impact of COVID-19 on payments, their 47% EDITDA margin and business model, and more.

Produced by: Roshan Kanesan

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan

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Tags:  AdyenDigital PaymentsPayments SolutionMasterCardVisaStripeMerchantsUnicornFinancial ServicesEconomy, Markets


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