Deniz Guven, CEO of virtual lender Mox Bank, wants to double the bank’s customer base in Hong Kong within the next year. Photo: Enoch Yiu Deniz Guven, CEO of virtual lender Mox Bank, wants to double the bank’s customer base in Hong Kong within the next year. Photo: Enoch Yiu
Deniz Guven, CEO of virtual lender Mox Bank, wants to double the bank’s customer base in Hong Kong within the next year. Photo: Enoch Yiu

exclusive | Standard Chartered-backed virtual bank Mox wants to double its customer base in 2021, CEO says

  • Mox is the second branchless lender to pass 100,000 customers mark
  • Hong Kong’s e-commerce market is projected to balloon from US$21 billion last year to US$29 billion in 2024

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Deniz Guven, CEO of virtual lender Mox Bank, wants to double the bank’s customer base in Hong Kong within the next year. Photo: Enoch Yiu Deniz Guven, CEO of virtual lender Mox Bank, wants to double the bank’s customer base in Hong Kong within the next year. Photo: Enoch Yiu
Deniz Guven, CEO of virtual lender Mox Bank, wants to double the bank’s customer base in Hong Kong within the next year. Photo: Enoch Yiu
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