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Wing and HKL team up

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Hout Ieng Tong‚ HKL president and CEO, and Jojo Malolos, Wing CEO. Supplied

Wing and Hattha Kaksekar Limited (HKL) have teamed up to expand access to bill payment and digital money transfer services to their customers.

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Through this new partnership, customers will be able to securely transfer funds from their Wing accounts directly into their HKL accounts, according to a press release from Wing.

HKL loan customers can visit any of Wing’s 6,000 agents across Cambodia to deposit funds into HKL bank accounts, it said.

HKL customers will enjoy access to a broad array of digital financial products and services through the Wing Money app, including money transfers, bill payments, phone top up, online and QR code-based payments, as well as shopping via the Wing Online Mastercard.

Hout Ieng Tong‚ HKL president and CEO, said Wing and his institution believe in financial inclusion and are committed to the long-term social and financial sustainability of customers.

“Our financial products and services, and the partners we choose to work with, reflect our values. Ultimately, we are participating in the development of Cambodia by helping our customers build a relationship with trusted and reliable financial partners for their long-term financial interest,” Mr Tong said.

“This partnership will facilitate depositing funds and repaying loans for all HKL customers, and we will continue to develop new products and services and forge new partnerships to expand our network and increase convenience for our clients,” he said.

Jojo Malolos, Wing CEO, said the partnership will enhance access to quality financial products and services to many Cambodians.

“It is a great privilege for us to be working with Hattha Kaksekar and to share access to our nationwide network of agents and our digital financial tools so that customers can experience even better access to various financial services,” Mr Malolos said.

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