Fintech Entrepreneurs Making the 30 Under 30 Asia

Forbes features entrepreneurs on this year’s 30 Under 30 Asia who are looking to provide better access to financial services; OkCredit is a bookkeeping app that helps merchants track receivables and payables; it took the company only nine months to report 5.5 million active users a month and attract $84 million in capital; the company called ‘Open’ is based in Bangalore and is a digital bank for small and medium enterprises; the company has raised a $30 million Series B, valuing the company at $250 million; Curlec is based in Malaysia and is also targeting small businesses, allowing them to collect recurring payments; Qupital is the oldest of the bunch, providing financing to SMEs; to date they have funded loans and business invoices totaling around $257 million; Forbes details more about each company and the entrepreneurs who started them. Forbes

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