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Payvision partners with Dah Sing Bank

26 March 2015  |  1755 views  |  0 Source: Payvision

After years of strong growth and intense activity in Asia-Pacific, Payvision, one of the fastest-growing global acquiring networks in the world, is proud to announce a new partnership with a leading bank in Hong Kong, Dah Sing Bank (DSB).

Through this collaboration, Payvision showcases the ability to deliver value to both merchants and acquiring banks, and strengthens the company's presence and development in the APAC region.

"Payvision is extremely excited to start this collaboration with such a strong and reliable partner as DSB, which has been recognized for its active presence in the Asian Market, the region with the highest driving force for ecommerce growth at the moment. Developing our Asian merchants' trust, while expanding our global acquiring network is key to thriving in such a complex market as Asia; we welcome DSB into our network of financial institutions", says Willy Kwa Kok Leng, VP Sales APAC for Payvision.

Payvision has already registered great achievements in Asia, having established long-term partnerships with thousands of merchants and several financial institutions over the years, and serving different ecommerce categories such as travel, retail, consumer electronics software and music. The Asian ecommerce market is a diverse landscape, bursting with potential. It is anticipated that 2015 will be the year that Asia takes center stage, facilitated by better connectivity, a maturing generation of tech-users, and increased mobile penetration.

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