Railsbank, Aspire to use SGD bank accounts in Southeast Asia

Tuesday 9 June 2020 12:48 CET | News

UK-based open banking platform Railsbank has partnered with Singapore-based neobank Aspire to use its Singapore Dollar (SGD) bank accounts in Southeast Asia.

Aspire is a SME-focused fintech currently operating across Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam, and is collaborating with Railsbank’s SGD bank account to complement its digital banking experience for its SME customers.

The Railsbank SGD bank accounts were first launched in February 2020 and are built using APIs. They complement the currencies used in countries that Railsbank already operates in, including the UK, Europe, SE Asia, and the US. Railsbank opened its Asia hub in Singapore in Q4, 2019.

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Keywords: Railsbank, Aspire, SGD, Singapore Dollar, bank accounts, Southeast Asia, neobank, Open Banking, SME, fintech, digital banking, API
Categories: Banking & Fintech
Countries: South East Asia
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