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Philippines’ Voyager obtains digital banking license from central bank By Reuters


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MANILA, (Reuters) – Voyager Innovations in the Philippines has received a central bank license for its digital banking subsidiary.

Maya Bank is the nation’s sixth-digital lender. The company stated in a statement that it will concentrate on consumers who are not banked or have limited access to small business owners. Voyager’s shareholders include PLDT (NYSE:), private equity firm KKR & Co (NYSE:) Inc and China’s Tencent Holdings (OTC:) Ltd.

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