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PH consumer finance app secures $5-M fund from Japanese investment firm

Consumer finance and buy-now-pay-later app BillEase has announced an investment of $5 million from Saison Investment Management Private Limited (SIMPL), the offshore lending arm of Saison International.

4 Japanese tech firms investing P10.8B in PEZA ecozones

The investments came from manufacturers of high-technology products such as TDK Corp., which plans to invest P7.2 billion; Taiyo Yuden, P1.6 billion; Terumo Corp., P1 billion; and Almex Technologies, P1 billion.

Indonesian metaverse, satellite companies firm up investment plans in PH

At the sidelines of the 43rd Asean Summit in Jakarta on Tuesday, Sept. 5, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) secretary Fred Pascual revealed that two Indonesian technology companies -- PT Vaksindo Satwa Nusantara, and PT WIR Asia Tbk – will be investing heavily in the Philippines in the next few years.

‘Smart capital’ investor allots P1.5B for 50 PH firms in 2 years

As a “smart capital” partner, ARQ bridges the funding gap for companies seeking growth capital, matching their cash cycle with customized financing products, and provides entrepreneurs with solutions beyond finance.

Local tech firm MDI gets ‘multi-billion’ peso infusion from Japan investment house

MDI and Novare Technologies founder Myla Villanueva said the investment will allow the company to expand its footprint beyond the Philippines.

Japan firm puts up P230-M factory in PH to make car communications equipment

Japanese firm Yokowo recently decided to choose the Philippines as the site of a new subsidiary for automotive wiring harness and components manufacturing and assembly operations.

New peer-to-peer online lending platform aims to disrupt banking industry

Small borrowers and lenders looking to secure a loan or lend money can now do so easily and safely through MoneyMatch, an online peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform developed by FinTech Global Resources Inc.
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