Philippines’ Voyager obtains digital banking license from central financial institution By Reuters
MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine digital and financial services company Voyager Innovations said Monday that its subsidiary had secured a digital banking license from the central bank.
Maya Bank, the country’s sixth digital lender, will focus on the unsanitary population and underserved consumers and small businesses, the company said in a statement. Voyager shareholders include PLDT (NYSE :), private equity firm KKR & Co (NYSE 🙂 Inc, and China’s Tencent Holdings (OTC 🙂 Ltd.
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