Airwallex news stories
Airwallex launches new bank feed integration with NetSuite
Airwallex has launched a new bank feed integration with NetSuite, developed in partnership with NetSuite solution partner, Onlineone.
Airwallex announces global expense management platform
Airwallex has announced the launch of its global Expenses platform, offering modern solutions for organisations to manage their expenses in a quick, seamless and straightforward manner.
Airwallex makes key leadership hires, growing US team
Global fintech platform, Airwallex, has added two essential senior hires to its leadership team, expanding the company’s presence in the US.
Airwallex launches operations in Singapore as part of expansion plans
Australian founded fintech Airwallex has announced its launch in Singapore after receiving a Major Payment Institution (MPI) licence by the Monetary Authority of Singapore in November 2021.
Are Australian businesses missing out on fintech benefits?
Despite increasing digital adoption in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the survey revealed that only a third of businesses in APAC have actively adopted fintech solutions.
Airwallex integrates with Xero to invite SMBs to ‘a borderless world’
“An integration with Xero is one of the most requested integrations from our customers. We have been listening and are delighted to be able to offer this to our Australian customers from today, with a wider international rollout planned across 2020."
Alibaba Cloud opening up data centres & services for AU businesses
At its dedicated China Gateway Summit held in Sydney, Alibaba Cloud announced its new programme for Australian business partners and clients.
Partnership to address compliance, anti-money laundering and terror financing
“This is a great example of Fintech & Regtech working together to quickly and efficiently improve customer outcomes without compromising on security."
Major fintech funding round highlights importance of Asia-Australia connections
Airwallex held what is believed to be the biggest Series A capital raise for any Australian non-lending fintech company, backed by Asian investors.
Australian international payments fintech secures $13m in Series A funding
Tencent, Sequoia Capital, and Mastercard were major investors in fueling Airwallex’s international expansion.