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GHL joins Standard Chartered Malaysia to strengthen SMEs payment solutions

By Gloria Mathias

September 01, 2023

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GHL System Berhad, Standard Chartered MalaysiaGHL Systems Berhad (GHL) and Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia have announced a partnership to provide merchants with comprehensive payment solutions.

The partnership aims to empower merchants with streamlined payment services to enhance their capabilities and competitive advantage to enrich payment experiences and further drive payment digitalisation in the country.

As Standard Chartered’s payment service provider, GHL will provide the Bank’s merchants with payment solutions at Point-of-Sale terminals, along with e-commerce payment processing services, to enhance customer experience. At the same time, GHL will also facilitate onboarding, offering personalised packages, installation, and efficient settlement processes.

GHL Malaysia’s CEO, Kevin Lee said, “By capitalising on GHL’s expertise and Standard Chartered’s broad customer reach, merchants can now access a comprehensive suite of payment options tailored to their unique needs. Using both organisation’s collective strengths, we aspire to equip merchants with the essential tools and resources they need to stay ahead in this competitive market. ”

Standard Chartered’s Country Head of Transaction Banking and Cash Products, Samuel Ding said, “We are pleased to partner with GHL to empower merchants with this comprehensive payment solution. This collaboration reflects our shared vision of driving innovation and enabling merchants to meet the growing demands and evolving needs of the payment industry.”

GHL has been a Bursa Malaysia-listed company since 2003 and is Malaysia’s prepaid credit top-up and bill collection network. GHL aspires to catalyse sustainable livelihood of the Micro and Small Medium Entrepreneurs (MSMEs) through financial and non-financial value-added services.

GHL’s reach spans across 6 countries: Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and Australia, stretching over a vast footprint of over 380,000 payment touchpoints across the region. GHL prides itself as a one-stop provider for both offline and online payment solutions, empowering businesses across ASEAN, with over 27 years’ worth of expertise to attest to our portfolio.

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