HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong-based startup CompareAsiaGroup has secured $50 million in funding from investors led by the World Bank's commercial lending arm, as the personal finance management platform looks to develop its technology and launch more products.
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[SINGAPORE] CompareAsiaGroup, an online personal finance marketplace backed by Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, has secured US$50 million in new funding from investors led by the World Bank's International Finance Corp.
Financial management platform MoneyMax.ph, part of the CompareAsia Group, has secured an access to US$50-million funding (approximately P2.5 billion) that will come from the World Bank-led International Finance Corp. (IFC) and a group of international investors.
CompareAsiaGroup is often in the press for its innovation in building integrated, data-driven and personalised digital solutions for our users
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