Quantified (Quantified Assets) is a Singapore-based platform that provide technology solutions for alternative payments, compliance, risk management, data mining and cold storage.
Finterra is the cloud based financial service platform designed for you to harness all of your financial power into a seamless, integrated platform, whilst you take advantage of Finterra’s growth.
Radar Payments is an innovative payment processing provider dedicated to banks, PSP, fintechs
CTD Connecting the Dots is a boutique firm providing consultancy, marketing research and strategy, and project management services in the area of Payments, Remittances and Financial Inclusion.
• for everyone to enjoy inclusive, sustainable financial services;
• to provide every small business with a level playing field to develop and grow; and
• to make all aspects of digital life accessible — anytime, anywhere, through open collaboration with partners.
Flywire is a high-growth vertical payments company proven to solve high-stakes vertical-specific payment and receivables problems for organisations that deliver high-value services.
SWIFT is a global member-owned cooperative and the world’s leading provider of secure financial messaging services. SWIFT’s messaging services are used and trusted by more than 11,000 financial institutions in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. Together with our role in standardisation, SWIFT offers a portfolio of innovative products and services that help our users get the most out of SWIFT messaging. Our solutions seek to address challenges faced by the SWIFT community, to reduce risks, eliminate costs and increase efficiencies. SWIFT is at the forefront of innovative application of technology within the financial sector. We are also engaging the global fintech ecosystem via industry challenges, POVs and POCs for creation of innovative overlay services over the SWIFT services. An example of this is the 2017 SWIFTgpi global industry challenge held in Singapore where global fintechs participanted along with global banks in a 2-day workshop, and two of the winning Fintechs are currently progressing POVs that build potential new cross-border payments services.
At SWIFT, we have an uncompromising approach to information security which we recognise is a key value driver for our customers and a major differentiator of our services.
KPMG Digital Village helps business on their innovation journey – whether it’s building an innovation culture, developing innovative solutions, or investing in the next big idea to add value to the core business.
Like a living lab for innovation, KPMG Digital Village brings corporates start-ups, investors, and government bodies together in a collaborative ecosystem to drive the adoption and integration of innovative solutions, and deliver tangible outcomes to specific business challenges
We are building the world’s first truly global financial superapp. In 2015, Revolut launched in the UK offering money transfer and exchange. Today, our customers around the world use dozens of Revolut’s innovative products to make more than 100 million transactions a month.
Across our personal and business accounts, we help customers improve their financial health, give them more control, and connect people seamlessly across the world.
Citi has been in Singapore since 1902 and is represented in nearly every asset class. Citi Singapore is the largest foreign banking employer in Singapore, and it is home to strategically important hubs, Innovation Labs and the Asia Pacific Citi Service Centre (CSC).
We have businesses with client-focused capabilities, such as the Global Subsidiaries Group (Asia), Citi Private Bank (Global), and International Personal Bank (Global); product-focused innovation hubs, such as Global Consumer Bank, the ASEAN Investment Banking Hub, Markets Hub, and the Treasury and Trade Services (TTS) Hub; Innovation Labs, such as the Citi Innovation Lab (TTS) and the Consumer Innovation Lab; and the Asia Pacific Citi Service Centre (CSC) at Changi Business Park.
Citibank Singapore is built around three key business lines: (1) wealth management products and services, including investments, insurance, deposits and treasury products; (2) unsecured products such as credit cards and personal line of credit, and (3) secured products covering housing loans and share financing.
CardUp is a credit card enablement platform, which enables the payment or collection of big expenses using credit card, in places where cards are not accepted today. Examples of payments include rent, tax, invoices, payroll and more, which are still paid by cash, cheque or bank transfer.
With CardUp, individuals and businesses can now shift these big payments to their existing credit cards. This provides an unparalleled opportunity to earn credit card rewards, access interest-free credit and digitise payments – making big payments rewarding.
CardUp manages hundreds of millions in payment volume in Singapore today.