WHEN Singapore first introduced PayNow in July 2017, the funds transfer service was used primarily for small transactions between friends who had linked their bank accounts to their phone number...
MORE seniors have turned to online banking amid tighter curbs to stamp out Covid-19 in Singapore, but the challenge is in maintaining this shift for the long run, said head of digital and...
WITH their shutters drawn and government relief pumped through digital channels, businesses in Singapore have been driven to adapt to electronic payments amid the Covid-19 crisis.
THE Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) will give away a total of S$500,000 in rewards to small businesses that sign up for PayNow, in a drive to encourage greater use of digital payments to...
The Association of Banks in Singapore will give away S$500,000 as a reward to small businesses that sign up for PayNow, in a drive to encourage greater use of digital payments to minimise...
SINGAPORE'S largest lender DBS recently alerted its customers that all incoming PayNow transaction alerts will be sent via email, instead of SMS, with effect from Feb 16.
UK-BASED fintech startup TransferWise on Monday rolled out a new service allowing Singapore customers to receive funds internationally using peer-to-peer instant payment service PayNow.
BANKS in Singapore are in good shape to be able to defend their turf, even as the financial sector is being liberalised in this digital age.
MAJOR payment methods in Singapore such as PayNow, Nets and GrabPay are now accessible on an all-in-one platform created by Rapyd.
MAJOR payment methods in Singapore are now accessible via an all-in-one platform created by Rapyd.
SINGAPORE's cheque-free target by 2025 came into focus on Tuesday as fresh figures show cheque volumes have been falling annually by 8 per cent over the last three years.