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2C2P signs strategic partnership with SafeCharge

05 January 2016  |  2285 views  |  0 Source: 2C2P

Southeast Asia’s leading payments company 2C2P has teamed up with SafeCharge International Group Ltd (LON:SCH), a leader in advanced payment technologies.

Through this strategic partnership, Southeast Asian brands and retailers will be able to break into the combined US$985 billion a year European and North American B2C e-commerce markets.

The two companies have integrated each others’ payment services into their offerings to retailers and merchants. SafeCharge’s merchant customers in Europe and North America will be able to offer Southeast Asian payments to their customers. Through SafeCharge, 2C2P’s merchant partners can connect with consumers in Europe and North America.

2C2P Group CEO and Founder, Mr Aung Kyaw Moe, said, “We are committed to expand our payment services, capitalizing on global e-commerce flows. In SafeCharge, we have a formidable partner with proven global innovation and insights. We are empowering Southeast Asian retailers and merchants to connect to the world, providing more avenues for their customers to transact.”

David Avgi, CEO of SafeCharge said, "The addition of 2C2P’s Southeast Asian-regional payment solutions compliments the company's current offering, enabling our customers to penetrate more global markets. We are driven to expand our payment suite worldwide, including in Asia, a priority geography for SafeCharge’s strategic long term vision. Through the partnership with 2C2P, we endeavour to capitalize on the region’s fast growth.”

2C2P works with some of SEA’s largest e-commerce and m-commerce merchants. It processed more than US$2.2 billion in transactions in FY2014, growing by over 440 percent year-on-year versus FY2013. In April 2015, it raised US$7 million in Series C funding, taking total funding to over US$10 million. SafeCharge had acquired a minority stake in 2C2P. Investment terms were undisclosed. Through 2C2P, it will continue to build its presence in Asia, a key growth region.

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