Eddid Financial announces JV with Anfin to bring international markets to Vietnam

Rick Steves

“We are pleased to partner with Anfin and bring our cutting-edge fintech solutions to the Vietnamese marketplace. This partnership will unlock international markets for Vietnamese investors, further extending our financial presence in emerging economies.”

Eddid Financial has announced a strategic partnership with AF Services Company Limited, a leading online trading platform in Vietnam also known as Anfin, that aims to jointly expand the fintech and investor ecosystem in the country.

Holding a variety of licenses and memberships across key financial markets, including Hong Kong SAR and the United States, Eddid Financial is uniquely capable of bringing international markets to Vietnam.

Eddid is regulated by Hong Kong’s SFC (licenses for types 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9; SEHK and HKCC participant (OTP-C broker number: 0974 and 0977), Insurance Broker Company license; Trust or Company Service Provider License) and is also registered in the United States with the NFA, the SEC, and the CFTC.

“This partnership will unlock international markets for Vietnamese investors”

By leveraging Anfin’s platform in Vietnam and Eddid Financial’s flagship trading app, Eddid ONE, a synergistic blend of financial services and technology will arise from the team-up for the benefit of Vietnamese investors.

The expanded service will also integrate the current Anfin app and Eddid Financial’s new investment-focused social network app, ViV, in order to broaden asset classes and market information available to users.

The two parties have solidified their intention to establish a joint venture in Vietnam to introduce Eddid’s fintech solutions, products, and systems to the Vietnamese market.

Anfin is Vietnam’s leading trading platform offering a wide range of services including stock market information, investor education, and investment recommendations. It has been a pioneer in democratizing financial knowledge and investment opportunities in Vietnam.

Jerry Tse, CEO of Eddid Financial, said: “We are pleased to partner with Anfin and bring our cutting-edge fintech solutions to the Vietnamese marketplace. This partnership will unlock international markets for Vietnamese investors, further extending our financial presence in emerging economies.”

Eddid entered Malaysia as part of Southeast Asia expansion

Eddid Financial has recently entered the Malaysian market through a joint venture with MPay, the fintech provider for banks and financial institutions. MPay offers P2P lending, micro lending, project financing, P2P Remittance, cross-border remittance, merchant acquiring, and e-Wallet & Mastercard prepaid card issuer in Malaysia.

As to Vietnam’s Anfin, the newly announced partnership underscores Eddid’s determination to strengthen its presence in Southeast Asia and expand its footprint in this fast-growing market.

The diversified businesses of Eddid Financial range from retail to institutional and include but are not limited to fintech, internet finance, wealth management, asset management, investment banking, and virtual assets.

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