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Stashaway raises projected rate of Simple to 1.1% p.a.

Stashaway Simple was launched in November 2019 with a projected rate of 1.4% p.a.
Atome offers BNPL for Cathay Pacific flights, resists sector consolidation with group's US$2 bil valuation - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Atome offers BNPL for Cathay Pacific flights, resists sector consolidation with group's US$2 bil valuation

In March, Bloomberg reported that the group is in “preliminary discussions with advisors” to raise a US$300 million.
Buy now, pay later, party over? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Buy now, pay later, party over?

With big acquisitions among Singapore-based players and dwindling shares by Australian giants, has the BNPL bubble burst?
With Hoolah takeover, Shopback steps into payments with rewards in tow - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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With Hoolah takeover, Shopback steps into payments with rewards in tow

With Shopback's acquisition of BNPL provider Hoolah, the former CCO of Zip Co hopes to build out payments at the rewards platform.
Pace acquires Rely, targets reopening sectors and Asia expansion - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Pace acquires Rely, targets reopening sectors and Asia expansion

Pace's acquisition of Rely, Singapore’s first BNPL provider, also marked Asia’s first acquisition between operators.

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YouTrip launches new corporate card for SMEs to earn unlimited cashback

The card, which is powered by Mastercard, offers users unlimited 1% cashback on all card spending.

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Chow Tai Fook-backed investment app launches in Singapore

The app has already been licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

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ADDX launches private market services for wealth managers

The move will now allow wealth managers to offer their clients fractional access to private market products.

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Hong Kong's former financial secretary Tsang joins StashAway as adviser, gifts NFTs

Tsang spent more than three decades working in Hong Kong’s civil service and ran for Hong Kong’s chief executive job in 2017.

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GIC-backed South Korean super app to take on Grab and GoTo in Southeast Asia

The super app is seeking to enter Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines after venturing into Vietnam in 2019.
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