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Top fintech executive of Voyager Innovations quits post

Angelito "Lito" Villanueva has tendered his resignation as managing director of FinTQ effective March 31, 2019.

FinTQ introduces sachet insurance for local sari-sari stores

The sachet product covers the reconstruction of the sari-sari store in case of a fire accident, as well as provides coverage for the sari-saristore owner for non-fire-related accidents.

PSA to roll out 7 million national IDs in 2019

PSA head Lisa Grace S. Bersales said they are targeting to issue national IDs to all living Filipinos by 2023.

Campaign launched to accelerate digital shift of PH financial firms

"Road to 20 by 2020" is a multi-stakeholder campaign aimed to prepare financial institutions for their own digital disruption through the Digital Transformation Accelerator Program (DTAP).

Fintech firms urged to serve countryside via rural banks, coops

Banking and credit authorities said financial technology (fintech) firms should start serving businesses in the countryside to enable those with no access to banks to have better financial services like those served by big banks.

FinTQ’s new program to extend cheap loans for farmers, fisher folk

Small farmers and fisherfolk will soon have easier access to affordable financing to help increase their productivity as well as expand their connections to markets with FinTQ?s? Accelerated Growth and Rural Inclusion (AGRI) platform.

Gov?t taps digital platform for P3 loans for small businesses

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is partnering with PLDT-owned tech firm FinTQ, through Lendr, to provide a digital lending platform where micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) can avail of the Pondo para sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso (P3) program.

First digital halal microfinancing project in PH gets P5-M donation

The amount, which will be managed by Liwanag ng Kapayapaan Foundation in partnership with local cooperatives in Mindanao, will serve as seed capital to pilot the country's first digital halal microfinancing initially for 500 displaced microentrepreneurs in Marawi City.

Filipina entrepreneurs now tapping ?FinTech? for biz ventures

Financial technology or "FinTech" is now helping more Filipino women advance economically through easier access to payments, insurance, savings, investments, and loans.

FinTQ, Grab PH ink partnership for referral program

Grab drivers will have the chance to augment their income by sharing their unique Kasama Ka Builder ID code to family, friends, and even loyal customers so they can earn a referral fee each time these individuals apply for digital financial products offered by FinTQ.
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