Asialink, a growing finance corporation in the Philippines, is making it more accessible and convenient for Filipinos to secure loans. The company is helping the unbanked population have access to fast loans with competitive interest rates. Recently, Asialink announced a partnership with Shopee and Lazada to provide a more seamless payment system for their clients and address loan and insurance premium payments both online and offline.
The Lazada partnership is powered by Bayad or previously known as Bayad Center, a fintech company offering a wide array of financial products and services on and offline. The Bayad App is available on both Android and IOS platforms, making it easy for customers to use and access the services.
Similarly, the Shopee partnership is backed by ECPay, an electronic purchase and payment system integrating a variety of options. ECPay is available in 7-Eleven CLIQQ, Tambunting, Cebuana, Gcash, ExpressPay, and other accredited stores. These partnerships are beneficial considering the expansion of both ecommerce platforms.
Asialink CEO, Robert B. Jordan said that the partnership with Shopee and Lazada will provide clients with a more seamless payment system. With the rise of e-commerce, it is important for Asialink to adapt and offer services through these platforms. The company believes that it will benefit the unbanked and undeserved.
Asialink also has ties with banks like BDO, Robinsons Bank, RCBC, Asia United Bank, Eastwest Bank. Recently, they also tapped into small business owners who can offer their vehicle as a collateral. The company aims to streamline their processes to serve the unbanked and underserved population.
With the integration of online and offline payment options, the company aims to serve a wider range of customers and help them achieve their financial goals.