Thunes recognised at the 2023 Singapore FinTech Festival Awards
Thunes, the global B2B cross-border payments infrastructure company, has been awarded second place in the “Corporate – Singapore Fintech” category at the 2023 Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) Global FinTech Awards.
Operated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Singapore FinTech Association (SFA), this accolade recognises Thunes for its cutting-edge fintech solutions, creating innovative growth opportunities and championing financial inclusion. As second-place winner, Thunes will receive an award of S$50k from the organisers.
Thunes competed against hundreds of entrants to become a finalist along with Finmo Tech Pte Ltd, iLex, Sensen Technology Pte. Ltd, Stemly, and Whitechalk Pte. Ltd.
Thunes’ entry, “Transforming payments with global interoperability” outlines the company’s achievement in building a unique and interoperable payments network, which facilitates instant, low-cost acceptance and money movement to empower businesses and people worldwide.
“I’m deeply honoured by this immense recognition at the Singapore Fintech Festival. We’ve spent years meticulously building our global payments infrastructure across 130 countries to help our customers move money more efficiently. Much of our success is due to our incubation in Singapore, which provides a perfect environment for growth with its top talent, strong regulatory framework and entrepreneurial spirit.”
Peter De Caluwe, Thunes’ CEO
The full list of award winners can be found here.
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About Thunes: Thunes is a B2B payments company building global payments infrastructure for the 21st century, enabling seamless, instant and transparent money movement. Its modular capabilities empower its customers to Pay, Accept, Exchange and Comply, closing the gap between payment systems in developed and emerging markets worldwide.
Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Singapore, Thunes has offices in 20 locations, including Beijing, Nairobi, London, Paris, Dubai and Barcelona. Thunes currently facilitates payments in 80 currencies across 133 countries, using over 300 payment methods, including mobile wallets like PayPal, M Pesa and Orange money, gig economy giants like Uber and Deliveroo and super-apps like Grab and WeChat.
With a mission to connect the world’s population so that commerce can operate in a borderless, frictionless way, Thunes’ network is powering the next chapter of the digital economy.
For more information, visit: https://www.thunes.com/