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    Quikz mobile remittance app launched in SG through Cebuana Lhuillier-Nium partnership

    LifestyleMoneyQuikz mobile remittance app launched in SG through Cebuana Lhuillier-Nium partnership

    Quikz, Cebuana Lhuillier’s flagship mobile remittance app in the US, is now available in Singapore, made possible through a partnership between Cebuana Lhuillier and Nium, a global financial technology platform based in Singapore. Quikz will be powered by Nium’s trusted Remittance-as-a-service (RaaS) solution and Cebuana Lhuillier’s huge network of pay-out locations in the Philippines, allowing thousands of Filipinos based in Singapore to enjoy improved convenience, security, and real-time global transactions.

    For Jean Henri Lhuillier, Cebuana Lhuillier president and CEO, the expansion of Quikz in Singapore heralded the company’s commitment to financial inclusion for every Filipino, regardless of their location. “Cebuana Lhuillier’s core of Financial Inclusion always pushes us to provide better micro-financial services to Filipinos, wherever they may be. This new partnership with Nium strengthens our remittance services to ensure that Filipinos around the world have access to fast, reliable, and safe transactions,” he shared.

    Yogesh Sangle, executive vice president and global head of consumer and SME business at Nium, said, “With millions of Filipinos living and working overseas for their loved ones back home, the convenience and transparency in remittance processes play such an essential role — especially with continued social distancing measures and lockdowns in place. We are extremely excited that Cebuana Lhuillier, a home-grown Filipino brand, shares a common goal with Nium, and we are proud to co-establish and power this new platform through our enhanced remittance capabilities.”

    Cebuana Lhuillier will leverage on Nium’s global network and digital capabilities, additionally, the transactions also run on RippleNet’s blockchain technology, enabling users to send funds back home at a low financial exchange rate and lower fees. Recipients in the Philippines will be able to receive the money at more than 2,500 branches located across the Philippines. Visit for more information.

    Nium currently operates its Send, Spend and Receive business in over 100 countries, 65 in real-time.  

    The Philippines is one of the world’s leading remittance markets. As of 2019, there are an estimated 12 million Filipinos working overseas, accounting for one-tenth of the country’s population, with Singapore having one of the third highest share of overall remittances. In that same year, the Philippines saw US$33.5 billion sent back home from those working abroad. The country has made significant efforts to meet the growing demand for a remittance service that is faster, more convenient and efficient in today’s cashless society.

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