Interoperable Real-time Payment Switch for MFIs and their Clients

Make repayments to your MFI anytime anywhere at its ease

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A participant-governed, shared and open platform for financial institutions to transact with each other more easily and cost effectively

A platform shared by microfinance institutions (MFIs), mobile wallets and banks 

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Our use cases focus on payments that most effectively serve the underbanked. 

WynePay aims to include low-income Myanmar citizens in the digital economy by transforming Myanmar MFIs into digital financial institutions through industry-wide projects.

Problems we solve

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Expensive to integrate

2

Expensive to operate

3

Leaving out some financial institutions

Digitization through bilateral is too complex with150+ MFIs, 15+ MFSs, and 30+ banks.

Use Cases

Digital Loan Repayment

Repayment against a loan by a customer to the lending MFI.

Digital Loan Disbursement

Disbursal of a loan by an MFI to a customer using two mechanisms: disbursal to a mobile money wallet, and disbursal via an OTC transaction at an agent.

Electronic Cash Transfer (ECT)

Electronic Cash Transfer (ECT) from the Government or an NGO to a list of beneficiaries. These beneficiaries may or not be customers of MFIs.

Learn more about the use cases here.

Features and Functionality

Interoperable

Make repayments to the MFIs despite the different mobile wallets 

Open Platform

Need no other additional work from other participants

Real-time

Make transactions without any delay

Participant-owned

Enable decision making and set rules among the participants 

Spotlight

a very first interoperable real-time payment switch platform in Myanmar

a first ever initiative of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Financial Services for the Poor (FSP) program