Leading fintech Tranglo Pte Ltd announced a collaboration with Alipay, the world’s leading payment and lifestyle platform, to provide cross-border remittance that brings more convenient and inclusive services to consumers globally.
Tranglo said the deal marked a significant milestone in the company’s history, as it enters a collaboration for the first time with Alipay, which is operated by Ant Financial, the payments affiliate of Alibaba Group. Alipay currently serves more than 1.2 billion users around the world together with its local e-wallet partners.
Licensed and regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore to perform remittance business, Tranglo maintains far-reaching remittance corridors with partners from the UK to Australia.
As part of the partnership, Tranglo will facilitate seamless cross-border remittances to users of Alipay, who will be able to receive quick and secure money transfers within the app.
“We look forward to working closely with Tranglo for global remittances, as we continue to explore new ways to apply our technology in order to benefit more people globally,” said Clara Shi, Alipay’s head of the global remittances business.
“We are committed to working with partners such as Tranglo, using innovative technologies to help global consumers gain access to inclusive financial services, creating greater value for society and bringing equal opportunities to the world.”
Tranglo expects the collaboration to especially benefit migrant workers around the world, particularly in Asia, where the cross-border payment hub has a foothold in the remittance market through local partners.
Tranglo is a cross-border payment hub with a proven track record in business payment, foreign remittance and mobile payment solutions. Founded in 2008, we have offices in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Dubai and London. Our global network spans more than 100 countries, 2,500 mobile operators, 50 billers, 1,300 banks/wallets and 130,000 cash pickup points. To find out more, visit www.tranglo.com, LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.