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UOB’s FinTech in ASEAN 2021 research shows that Thai consumers have the highest awareness of green investments in the region and are open to using digital currencies.
E-wallets like GCash are steadily gaining more popularity, while one-third of Filipinos use cryptocurrency exchanges, UOB’s FinTech in ASEAN 2021 survey finds.
Singaporeans have the highest usage of cards in Southeast Asia and appear more risk-averse, UOB’s FinTech in ASEAN 2021 survey shows.
More Indonesians are using e-wallets and BNPL products, according to UOB’s FinTech in ASEAN 2021 survey. New retail investors have also flocked to robo-advisors.
Malaysian financial technology (FinTech) startups raised US$116.9 million across 16 funding rounds up to 3Q2021.
In the first nine months of 2021, Vietnam FinTech firms secured a total of US$375 million in funding across 15 deals, led by payments firms.
Thailand-based FinTech firms raised a total of US$216 million in the first nine months of 2021. Ascend Money led the tally with a US$150 million round.
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Indonesian FinTech firms raised a total of US$494 million in funding in the first half of 2021, with investment platforms like Bibit and Ajaib leading the way.
Total funding for Philippines-based FinTech firms for the first half of 2021 hit US$342 million, more than double 2020’s total of US$137 million.
Singapore's FinTech firms amassed a record-breaking US$725 million in funding for the first half of 2021, with payments taking the lead.
Our 2020 report explores how the pandemic has impacted FinTech firms within the region and how they have responded. Looking ahead, what does the future hold for ASEAN’s FinTech industry?
Read on to find out more about UOB’s digital strategy in serving the ASEAN market
Find out how you can navigate your expansion in the region with more certainty and as a result, realise your growth ambitions in ASEAN.
Find out how you can ride on the growth opportunities in ASEAN with our FinTech in ASEAN: The Next Wave of Growth whitepaper, in collaboration with Singapore FinTech Association.
Find out how you can better navigate ASEAN with our State of FinTech in ASEAN whitepaper, in collaboration with EY, Singapore FinTech Association and ASEAN FinTech Network.