Kredivo Launches BNPL Services in Vietnam

Digital credit platform Kredivo has partnered with family investment office Phoenix Holdings in order to enter the market for buy now, pay later (BNPL) services in Vietnam, a press release says.

The new entity, called Kredivo Vietnam Joint Stock Company, will have the BNPL expertise of Kredivo as well as Phoenix’s local network.

Kredivo will be partnering in Vietnam with finance company VietCredit Joint Stock Company to allow for the business operation.

The Kredivo operation will be rolled out in stages, with bill payments for daily needs and personal loans coming first, followed by BNPL for eCommerce companies in the year’s fourth quarter.

Vietnam is among the countries with the lowest credit card penetration in the Southeast Asia region; only 4.1 percent of the population has a credit card, and other problems like the credit gap and a lack of knowledge about digital payments also impedes things. Because of that, cash is still highly prevalent in the area. Only India and the Philippines have lower credit card usage.

VietCredit’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Ho Minh Tam, said, “We’re incredibly excited about applying Kredivo Digital Lending platform to VietCredit’s new products. We believe that collaborating with Kredivo, in a spirit of open innovation, is a powerful driver of digital transformation and can offer better products and services to customers, and thus improve customer experience as well as gaining a competitive edge.”



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