Cambodia FinTech Startups in Payments
Wing is a mobile banking services provider with the commitment of providing financial inclusion via mobile banking services to the unbanked and under-banked.
PayGo is the safer, easier way to pay for the most popular services.
You can pay for all necessary services right on www.paygo24.com and/or make payments at home or top up the phones of your relatives and friends even when you are out. You can make payments for your relatives and friends, even if you live in different cities.
TrueMoney is a (mobile) payment provider in Cambodia that enables customers, who are typically “un-banked”, to access financial services using their mobile phone or/and the TrueMoney agent network (Terminal POS). TrueMoney is building a network of TrueMoney agents, and strategic partners to provide a suite of financial payments services.
Prasac is the largest microfinance institution (MFI) in Cambodia. Customers can transfer money between their accounts, pay bills, top-up their mobile phones, manage their cards, check their balances and get a mini-statement by logging on to their internet banking and mobile banking services.
Asia Wei Luy
Asia Wei Luy is a mobile payment service provider that allows our customers (individuals and businesses) to transfer, deposit and withdraw money between each other and with anyone in Cambodia, via any mobile phone, at low cost.
KB Global Digital Bank
KB Global Digital Bank is a rechargeable wallet-based mobile banking service which combines both financial services, such as account, wire transfer, overseas remittance and P2P payment, and non-financial services like messaging. KB Financial Group signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Cambodia’s Canadia Bank and AMK
AMK Money Transfer
AMK Money Transfer service allows you to send and receive money anywhere in Cambodia in easy, reliable, safe, fast and affordable way. This service is open to all for any purpose, from sending financial support to your loved ones to doing business transactions.
Tesjor is Cambodia’s first true eCommerce platform to focus on food and beverages. Users can order food and drinks from food outlets with the option of takeaway, delivery and even dining in. It has its own epayment function called Tesjor Wallet.
Pi Pay innovative and completely cashless payment platform operating in Cambodia. It incorporates merchant payment services with a range of social and lifestyle features including Chat, Maps and Friend Finder, and a growing network of retail partners in the Kingdom.
Ly Hour Pay Pro
Domestic money-transfer service Ly Hour Pay Pro has received an operating licence from the central bank and will begin operations soon with 1,000 agents nationwide. According to Ly Hour, the new company will focus on domestic money transfers, pre-paid mobile phone top-ups and bill payment services.
Cambodia FinTech Startups in Alternative Financing / Insurance
BIMA Cambodia is an insurtech company that uses mobile technology to deliver affordable insurance and health services, and fuel financial inclusion in developing countries
TosFUND is a non-profit crowdfunding website based on offline and online donations and rewards. The TosFUND project aims to facilitate fundraising of development projects and social causes in Cambodia.
SONATRA’s mission is to encourage income independency and alleviate poverty. SONATRA aims to become a leading Microfinance is providing load to responsible low-income individuals and Small and Medium Enterprises that are unable to obtain financial services from banks to seek for more capital to enhance their businesses.
Komchey is the first online SME loan matchmaking platform in Cambodia. Their aim is to enhance SME’s access to finance.
Agribuddy creates credit scoring of farmers based on their activities and performance of their crops and provides them to the bank as credit information. Based on the information, the bank loans funds within the credit limit through farmers’ smartphones.
Karprak.com is Cambodia’s first online P2P lending platform, designed to facilitate low cost loans for borrowers while increasing the return and managing risk for the lenders. Karprak.com combines traditional lending practices with social networking to create the platform where borrowers and lenders transact.
Cambodia FinTech Startups in Accounting/Banking Platforms
Banhji is a localized digital financial and accounting platform, built for ASEAN SMEs industry-specific needs
Morakot VB is a core-banking system for Microfinance Institutions (MFI), Credit Operators, as well as Banks. The system can be implemented on-premise or on a cloud-based server for low-budget clients. The system comes with fully integrated and automated accounting, and supports multi-branch and multi-currency.
KiuAsia is an e-commerce platform for trades between vendors from South East Asia countries and buyers from all over the world. Kiupay enables SMEs to accept electronic payments and access credit and invoice discounting services. It is Kiu’s financing & payments processing arm.
Cambodia FinTech Startups in Comparison Portals
Cambodia FinTech Startups in Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
CryptoAsia makes it easy to accept Bitcoin payments in Cambodia and be paid in dollars. It is currently developing a bitcoin exchange platform in Cambodia.
Cambodia Mobile Banking Services
ABA Mobile app for those who want to have around-the-clock access to their accounts on the go. It includes E-Cash, a service available in ABA Mobile app. Through which you can send money to any ABA ATM and withdraw it without a card.
ACLEDA Unity ToanChet is a mobile banking Application running on smartphones, enabling customers to do banking transactions from anywhere, anytime.
BIDC Mobile Banking Cambodia application by the Bank for Investment and Development Joint Stock Company Cambodia and Campuchia Payment Solution developed(Cambopay), allowing individual customers to open an account at BIDC easily perform banking transactions on machines phone / tablet with an Internet connection (3G / WiFi).
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