Standard Chartered launches new card platform

June 08, 2020 | Payments

Written by FinTech Alliance

Standard Chartered launches new card platform

Standard Chartered has launched CardsPal in Singapore.

In Brief:

  • CardsPal aggregates credit card deals from all banks and issuers in Singapore.

  • Users can personalise the deals according to the cards they own.

  • The app has been incubated by Standard Chartered Ventures.

What does this mean?

The service aims to help users get the most out of their credit cards. As it launches, CardsPal has announced it will work with Mastercard to bring users deals from all Singapore issued Mastercard credit cards.

Read more here.

 

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