In today’s FinTech news, university students in India will have a new way to make payments for classes abroad via a collaboration with Cashfree and EasyTransfer. Plus, Luma Health’s LumaPay makes it possible to make payments for medical visits over text.
Cashfree and EasyTransfer are partnering to offer university students in India an easier way to make fee payments for classes abroad. The partnership between the two companies enables students to make educational payments directly through their existing bank accounts without having to set up a new account just to make payments.
Luma Health introduced a healthcare-focused service called LumaPay, the first module in the company’s financial product, LumaFinancial, part of the company’s Patient Success Platform. LumaPay powers patients to pay their bills through text messages or their providers’ websites. The Patient Success Platform gives healthcare providers an integrated portal that links the clinical, operational, access and financial aspects of a patient’s journey.
China’s Ant Group is launching ANEXT Bank in Singapore after receiving approval from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Ant Group, controlled by billionaire Jack Ma, already had one of the first banking licenses issued by MAS, which gave it the green light to deliver financial services to financial institutions and corporations.
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