A fintech wanting to be ‘Australia’s leading migrant bank’ has launched a $4 million placement
There are plenty of fintechs and plenty of small caps seeking money from Chinese consumers, but few companies that are both.
One of these is chinapayments.com which allows Chinese people in Australia to pay Australian utilities bills through AliPay.
They receive fees on a per-transaction basis for payments through the platform. In December, the volume was around $200,000 a month but in January this rose to $460,000.
For those with loved ones back home, they can send money overseas through TransferBridge or MoniSend, or alternatively pay bills on their behalf.
Even if you just want to spoil yourself, Novatti have a solution for you. Flexepin allows online payments that are safer and more hassle-free than traditional payment methods, allowing you to pay with a unique PIN.
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But despite these successes, Novatti is not content and has launched a $4 million placement.
The end goal? In the company’s own words, “to launch the leading migrant bank in Australia”.
Peter Cook, CEO of Novatti, said the company was doing the raising for “the right reasons – to support our financial transactions growth and to progress our bank licence application”.
It has applied to APRA for that restricted banking licence and expects the outcome next quarter.
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