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Voyager Innovations

DTI calls for greater public-private cooperation to assist tech startups

DTI secretary Fred Pascual said the Philippines now has two fintech startups that have achieved “unicorn” status – a startup valued at over $1 billion – e-wallet firms Mynt (GCash) and Voyager Innovations (Maya).

Voyager Innovations reaches unicorn status after raising $210M in new funding round

Voyager Innovations, the technology company behind e-wallet platform PayMaya and soon-to-be-launched digital bank Maya Bank, said it raised $210 million in new funds, propelling its valuation to unicorn status at nearly $1.4 billion.

Voyager gets $120M in new funding to expand PayMaya

The $120-million investment is part of a broader fundraise for Voyager and is intended to support PayMaya’s rapid growth.

Indian exec named president of Voyager Innovations, PayMaya

Shailesh Baidwan brings more than 25 years of management, operations, business development, sales, and marketing experience to Voyager and PayMaya.

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.

Investors pump $40 million into PLDT’s Voyager Innovations

With these investments, the total new external funding raised by Voyager Innovations will increase from $175 million, as announced in October 4, 2018, to $215 million. The combined investment continues to make this fund raise the largest investment to date in a Philippine technology company, PLDT said.

No sale as Voyager gets $175-M investment from US, China firms

Instead of relinquishing its ownership as reported in the news a few weeks ago, local tech titan PLDT announced on Thursday, October 4, that it has finalized its investment agreement with global investment firm KKR and Chinese tech company Tencent.

Tech firms to deploy digital content in TNVS cars via freenet

Voyager Innovations and media tech firm IDOOH Philippines have announced their partnership to utilize each other?s technology services to deploy Voyager content through freenet on IDOOH screens.

Digital ID system will narrow financial divide in PH, says Voyager

Lito Villanueva, managing director of FinTQ, said the national ID will help resolve various customer onboarding issues with financial institutions.
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