DP World partners with TuningBill on global banking services


DP World has announced a partnership between CARGOES Finance By DP World and TuningBill, the business-to-business neobank.

DP World customers will gain access to TuningBill services through the CARGOES Finance platform.

These include flexible and fast loan services, both secured and unsecured, as well as non-lending services such as warehousing and fulfilment, foreign exchange and remittances.

CARGOES Finance By DP World is a fintech platform that brings together global importers, exporters and logistics companies in need of financing from around the world with financial institutions.

CARGOES Finance provides lenders with access to data on cargo movements, enabling them to lend with confidence.

TuningBill serves importers, exporters and ecommerce traders that can face shortfalls in funding from other banks.

READ: DP World crosses 20 million box mark in 2022 second quarter

TuningBill can open bank accounts for its customers in multiple currencies, helping those customers who deal with multiple currencies when executing cross-border trades.

The partnership follows TuningBill’s recent announcement that it has raised $22 million investment from Fasanara Capital.

Mike Bhaskaran, Group Chief Operating Officer, Digital Technology for DP World, said: “The new partnership with TuningBill adds further value to the services available to customers on the CARGOES Finance platforms.

“Now, those who benefit from these new financing options will have the peace of mind that their business operations will not only be more financially secure, but also more efficient due to the additional features provided by TuningBill.”

Asit Beesen, Founder, TuningBill: “We are humbled by this strategic partnership, a major milestone in our journey. We are committed to serving the loan request overhang, growing the book to north of $200 million in the near-term, further enhancing our technology, and most importantly, scaling our non-lending revenues.”

Last month DP World’s Imperial obtained final approval to acquire 100 per cent of the J&J Group, as the global operator furthers its African footprint.

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