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Migrant Workers in South Korea and Thailand trust in Wing

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During a roadshow before Pchum Ben festival in Poipet, a town bordering Thailand. 1000s of Cambodian working in Thailand crossed border and attended road shows by Wing before coming back home for the Festival.

Wing strongly believes in connecting customers with their families and has extended its service to provide migrant workers in South Korea, and Thailand with digital money transfer options. This service will now allow them to move money with convenience, thereby contributing to improved standard of living for workers and their families back home.

Past few years have seen an increase in mobile popularity and broadband penetration, and with our partnership agreements with leading digital financial service providers, we have worked to bring additional level of convenience for Cambodian people living abroad, when they need to send money to their loved ones in Cambodia.

“With our strong partnerships and expertise in financial inclusion, we are well-positioned to empower customers by providing solutions that meet their financial needs,” said Manu Rajan Chief Executive Officer of Wing. He added, “Remittance is an important source of income for many families living here in Cambodia, and for migrants and foreign workers’ families living abroad.”

Wing’s International Money Transfer inbound service helps in solving the main concern of the migrant workers, which is the ambiguity in sending money home through informal channels – often expensive and untrustworthy.

The service ‘Wing2World’ allows migrant workers to send their hard-earned money through any of Wing’s partners, while the beneficiaries can choose to cash it out at any of the 7,000+ agents nationwide in Cambodia or receive money through WingMoney App, in a matter of a few clicks, anytime. We organize regular roadshows across Phnom Penh and other top cities to get closer to our customers. Also, customers can walk in to any of our kiosks and our designated mobile sales force will guide them on sending money through Wing App.

For the workers based in Thailand, they can safely send money to their families and friends in Cambodia via the branches of DeeMoney. For the ones based in South Korea, they can walk to the branches of Gmoney Trans, Kookmin Bank, and Shinhan Bank.

It makes us immensely proud to have the trust of our customers. It is worth mentioning that Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank was awarded the title of ‘Best Non-Cash Transaction Service’ during the 2nd edition of the annual Cambodia Outstanding Telecom & FinTech Awards and the ‘Cambodian – CHOICE’ award presented by International Data Group (IDG ASEAN), for its convenience, security and popularity. Wing has also been recently awarded the ‘Best Digital Innovation Organization of the Year’ by Cambodia ICT Awards.

In addition to local and international money transfer services, customers can process various transactions on the Wing Money app, ranging from phone top-up, bill payment, online/QR payment, cash in and out, and many others.

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