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Nuvei Partners Mastercard to Offer Instant Payouts for APAC’s Online Investors

Canadian fintech company Nuvei and payment giant Mastercard have partnered to offer near-instant payout capabilities for online trading platforms and investors in the Asia Pacific region via Mastercard Send. Nuvei customers will then be able to process payouts, including business

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How to Embrace the Connected Payments Era: A Guide for Businesses by Nuvei

The year 2023 marks the arrival of the connected payments era. This period is characterised by the emergence of innovative payment types, cutting-edge payment infrastructure, and innovative business models. Consumer expectations are also shifting. Today’s savvy consumer is looking for

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Ryan Reynolds Breaks Into Fintech With Investment in Payments Firm Nuvei

Canadian payments company Nuvei has received an investment from Hollywood actor, producer and entrepreneur Ryan Reynolds. Details of the investment was not disclosed. Nuvei’s card acquiring services is available in more than 200 markets, including direct local acquiring in over

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Ushering in A Golden Era of Payments in Southeast Asia

The payments industry is undergoing a massive shift globally, and for some time now  Southeast Asia has been emerging as a significant regional player pushing innovation and adoption in this lucrative fintech space. Payments in Southeast Asia is evolving at

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Payments Firm Nuvei Launches in Australia to Strengthen Global Footprint

Canadian payments company Nuvei has launched its services in Australia as it continues growing its APAC presence following its expansion to Singapore and Hong Kong last year. Australian businesses will have access to Nuvei’s full suite of payments solutions including

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Accelerate Revenue for Your APAC Business Through Payments

Consumers in Asia Pacific (APAC) are by far the most enthusiastic adopters of digital payments worldwide, increasing their use of at least one digital payment method in the last 12 months by 69%. Card payments remain most popular in the

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