Nuvei's Asia-Pacific Expansion: Unveils New Office in China

by Jared Kirui
  • The Canadian fintech firm targets e-commerce businesses in the APAC region.
  • Nuvei currently offers cross-border payment services to some of the companies in China.
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The Canadian fintech giant Nuvei Corporation has opened a new office in China, strengthening its commitment to expanding its presence in the Asian-Pacific (APAC) region. This expansion aligns with Nuvei's vision to empower e-commerce businesses with global reach and local market expertise.

Nuvei's CEO, Philip Fayer, said: "We are thrilled to add an office in China to our global footprint as we continue to build our services in APAC. E-commerce businesses rely on payments partners with global reach as well as local market expertise when they scale internationally. Our increased presence will enable businesses in APAC to enter new markets as we build on our existing regional expertise."

Nuvei Eyes Global Expansion

Nuvei has partnered with several Chinese businesses planning to expand globally. Some of them, such as Geekbuying, Vakatrip, and Cupshe, are currently using its cross-border payment services.

Establishing a new operational hub in China is one of Nuvei's recent initiatives, demonstrating its commitment to supporting businesses in accelerating their growth through payments within the APAC region. In 2022, the company announced its expansion in the region after obtaining local licenses in Singapore and Hong Kong. Besides that, it secured a local license in Australia.

Moreover, Nuvei recently entered into a strategic partnership with Mastercard, bringing the convenience of instant payouts to bank cards for businesses, including trading platforms. Initially available to Nuvei customers in Singapore, this service will soon expand to Australia and Hong Kong, the company said.

Expansion through Strategic Partnerships

According to Fayer: "Trading platforms rely on fast, secure deposits and payouts to optimize user experience. Partnering with Mastercard Send enables us to offer our partners another trusted, instant payout method that will win new traders and generate revenue growth."

Nuvei, listed on Nasdaq and on the Toronto Stock Exchange as NVEI, anticipates that the surge in online trading activity will propel the adoption of its services. Recently, the firm cited a report by Fortune Business Insights, which predicts explosive growth in the global online trading platform market, expected to soar from USD $9.94 billion in 2023 to USD $15 billion by 2030.

Fortune Business Insights
Source: Fortune Business Insights

In January, Nuvei announced its acquisition of the Atlanta-based integrated payment service provider Paya in a deal valued at approximately USD $1.3 billion. This strategic move solidified Nuvei's commitment to expanding its payment infrastructure.

The Canadian fintech giant Nuvei Corporation has opened a new office in China, strengthening its commitment to expanding its presence in the Asian-Pacific (APAC) region. This expansion aligns with Nuvei's vision to empower e-commerce businesses with global reach and local market expertise.

Nuvei's CEO, Philip Fayer, said: "We are thrilled to add an office in China to our global footprint as we continue to build our services in APAC. E-commerce businesses rely on payments partners with global reach as well as local market expertise when they scale internationally. Our increased presence will enable businesses in APAC to enter new markets as we build on our existing regional expertise."

Nuvei Eyes Global Expansion

Nuvei has partnered with several Chinese businesses planning to expand globally. Some of them, such as Geekbuying, Vakatrip, and Cupshe, are currently using its cross-border payment services.

Establishing a new operational hub in China is one of Nuvei's recent initiatives, demonstrating its commitment to supporting businesses in accelerating their growth through payments within the APAC region. In 2022, the company announced its expansion in the region after obtaining local licenses in Singapore and Hong Kong. Besides that, it secured a local license in Australia.

Moreover, Nuvei recently entered into a strategic partnership with Mastercard, bringing the convenience of instant payouts to bank cards for businesses, including trading platforms. Initially available to Nuvei customers in Singapore, this service will soon expand to Australia and Hong Kong, the company said.

Expansion through Strategic Partnerships

According to Fayer: "Trading platforms rely on fast, secure deposits and payouts to optimize user experience. Partnering with Mastercard Send enables us to offer our partners another trusted, instant payout method that will win new traders and generate revenue growth."

Nuvei, listed on Nasdaq and on the Toronto Stock Exchange as NVEI, anticipates that the surge in online trading activity will propel the adoption of its services. Recently, the firm cited a report by Fortune Business Insights, which predicts explosive growth in the global online trading platform market, expected to soar from USD $9.94 billion in 2023 to USD $15 billion by 2030.

Fortune Business Insights
Source: Fortune Business Insights

In January, Nuvei announced its acquisition of the Atlanta-based integrated payment service provider Paya in a deal valued at approximately USD $1.3 billion. This strategic move solidified Nuvei's commitment to expanding its payment infrastructure.

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