GCash Finds Newest Partner with CIMB

GCash just had another newest financial partner recently

They say that two heads are better than one - and it does ring true in this case. GCash and CIMB got together to provide more Filipinos with easily accessible financial solutions. This partnership has led to the development of a new product - GSave.

GSave is the first mobile savings wallet in the Philippines - providing Filipinos access to a convenient, safe, and high earning savings account.


Present there were  JF Darre - Chief Analytics and Risk Officer of Mynt, Kim Aimei Seng - Head of Savings, Mynt and Patrick Cuartero - Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Business Development and Partnerships, CIMB

GSave offers a higher interest rate up to 2.3% - allowing one’s money to earn up to 10x more compared to traditional savings. It’s safe as deposits are insured by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC).

It’s also very convenient - there’s no maintaining balance needed and one can open a GSave savings account via the GCash App, allowing one to deposit or withdraw anytime, anywhere.

The announcement was made recently in a small media event.

CIMB is one of ASEAN’s leading banking groups. Aside from the Philippines, CIMB has a presence in China, Hong Kong, India, Sri Lanka, US, UK, and Korea. CIMB recognizes every Filipino’s aspirations - and they want to help them achieve it by moving them forward. CIMB’s vision is to introduce more Filipinos to formal banking by offering accessible financial products and solutions that will help them move forward.

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March 8, 2019

GCash Finds Newest Partner with CIMB

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GCash just had another newest financial partner recently

They say that two heads are better than one - and it does ring true in this case. GCash and CIMB got together to provide more Filipinos with easily accessible financial solutions. This partnership has led to the development of a new product - GSave.

GSave is the first mobile savings wallet in the Philippines - providing Filipinos access to a convenient, safe, and high earning savings account.


Present there were  JF Darre - Chief Analytics and Risk Officer of Mynt, Kim Aimei Seng - Head of Savings, Mynt and Patrick Cuartero - Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Business Development and Partnerships, CIMB

GSave offers a higher interest rate up to 2.3% - allowing one’s money to earn up to 10x more compared to traditional savings. It’s safe as deposits are insured by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC).

It’s also very convenient - there’s no maintaining balance needed and one can open a GSave savings account via the GCash App, allowing one to deposit or withdraw anytime, anywhere.

The announcement was made recently in a small media event.

CIMB is one of ASEAN’s leading banking groups. Aside from the Philippines, CIMB has a presence in China, Hong Kong, India, Sri Lanka, US, UK, and Korea. CIMB recognizes every Filipino’s aspirations - and they want to help them achieve it by moving them forward. CIMB’s vision is to introduce more Filipinos to formal banking by offering accessible financial products and solutions that will help them move forward.

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