And Resuelve Tu Deuda, a Mexican fintech company, has raised about $ 24 million in financing; Carsome, a “Second-East Asian Car”, has appointed Juliet Zhu as its new chief financial officer.

Southeast Asia

In 2019, Indonesian startups raised more than $ 3.4 billion, with Gojek raising the highest total. According to DealStreetAsia, Gojek raised $ 1.6 billion this year; Indonesia ’s unicorn Traveloka raised $ 420 million this year; and US-listed mobile payment application KinerjaPay raised 2 from Wahana Group One hundred million U.S. dollars. Although the financing environment in 2020 is more severe than last year, Indonesia’s consumption-oriented Internet economy still has opportunities for continued growth.

“Second-East Asian Car Seed” Carsome has appointed Juliet Zhu as its new Chief Financial Officer. Going abroad learned that Carsome, a used car platform in Southeast Asia, announced that it will appoint Juliet Zhu as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) from January 1, 2020. It is reported that Juliet has worked in venture capital companies focusing on China, the US and Southeast Asian markets, and has extensive experience in development strategies and capital planning. As CFO, Juliet will leverage his investment experience and leadership to drive Carsome’s growth strategy, promote core business development, open new business lines, and build an ecosystem through partnerships and mergers and acquisitions.

In order to obtain a fully digital banking license, Singapore financial company Singapura Finance has partnered with MatchMove Pay. According to e27, banks with full digital banking licenses need a total capital of S $ 1.5 billion (US $ 1.1 billion) and must be controlled by a local entity in Singapore. Singapura Finance has stated in the past that this is part of its strategic positioning in the fintech industry. The move itself provides the group with the opportunity to acquire shares in companies with long-term growth potential.

Malaysia’s “two-round taxi” Dego Ride plans to raise $ 450 billion. According to DealStreetAsia, it is reported that Dego Ride plans to raise US $ 45 million from private equity institutions to expand the market. It is reported that at the beginning of this year, Malaysia’s 7-11 Holdings Limited (SEM) will acquire the country’s “two rounds of taxis” Dego Ride for about 1.8 million US dollars.