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Liquid Group and Wing partner to promote cross-border payment in Cambodia

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Liquid Group founder and CEO Jeremy Tan.

Liquid Group and Wing partner to promote cross-border payment in Cambodia

Liquid Group, a regional mobile payment services group headquartered in Singapore, will partner with Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank, Cambodia’s leading mobile banking services provider, to enable cross-border QR payments for inbound transactions into Cambodia.

Wing CEO Manu Rajan said: “We are excited and really looking forward for this collaboration with Liquid Group, a leading QR payment services group.

“This collaboration reflects our strategic approach in providing convenient access to mobile financial services that are safe, secure and instant to every customer through our robust ecosystem and partners across the region. Wing has always made efforts to provide more for our customers.”

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Wing CEO Manu Rajan.

With this partnership, Liquid Group and Wing will support cross-border merchant and consumer-presented QR code payment transactions, enabling Wing’s merchant partners across Cambodia to accept QR payment apps of Liquid Group and its partners.

This move will also expand the international merchant pool of Liquid Group and its partners.

Liquid Group founder and CEO Jeremy Tan said: “Following the establishment of our integrated regional payment network – XNAP in 2019, we are excited to head into our second year of opening up new corridors across the region to facilitate cross-border QR payments across Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and now Cambodia.

“We are delighted to partner with Wing, Cambodia’s leading mobile payments player,allowing us to support financial inclusion for the underbanked and unbanked communities in Cambodia, in tandem with our goal of advancing cashless societies across the region.”

Liquid Group will also partner with Wing to deliver additional innovative value-added services to their customers through its integrated cross-border payment and marketing platform for partners.

Launched in 2009, Wing is one of the most recognised and trusted brands in mobile money and electronic payment services market with a widespread network of over 8,000 Wing Cash Express agents nationwide, serving five million customers in the Kingdom.

It has partnerships with over 40,000 merchants, including both local vendors and global industry leaders, such as Mastercard, MoneyGram, AliPay, WeChat Pay and Western Union.

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