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PhonePe moves its businesses from Singapore to India

PhonePe moves its businesses, subsidiaries to India

On Monday, Bengaluru-based payments and financial services provider PhonePe announced that it has successfully relocated all of its operations and subsidiaries from Singapore to India. “All PhonePe Group businesses and entities are now entirely owned by and consolidated under PhonePe Pvt Ltd – India,” the company said in a statement.


The biggest payments app in India claimed to have finished the three steps necessary to move:

Over the past year, the payments company has transferred all operations and subsidiaries of PhonePe Singapore to PhonePe Pvt Ltd. India. This also applies to its Wealth Broking and Insurance Broking operations.

The formation of a new employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) plan and the migration of the more than 3,000 employee’s existing ESOPs by issuing new ESOPs under PhonePe India’s new plan were recently approved by PhonePe’s board.

In accordance with the recently liberalised automatic ODI guidelines, PhonePe also transferred IndusOS Appstore’s (OSLabs Pte Ltd.) ownership from Singapore to India. IndusOS’s acquisition was finished in July 2022.

The business additionally intends to go public by 2023. Right now, PhonePe is the market leader for unified payments.

In an interview with Business Today, PhonePe’s co-founder and CTO Rahul Chari stated, “The UPI rails support it in terms of infrastructure. Different models will undoubtedly appear soon. “QR codes are beautifully placed with the notion of simplicity and lower cost for both retailers as well as customers,” the speaker continued.

The business uses UPI as a cross-sell channel for financial services including mutual funds and insurance. According to research from consulting firm BCG, merchant payments will contribute significantly to the expansion of digital payments over the next five years, increasing from 20% by value to nearly 65% by 2026. Cash is quickly being replaced by UPI in physical stores as well.

After entering the financial services market in 2017, PhonePe has subsequently launched a number of mutual funds and insurance products, including life insurance, international trip insurance, tax-saving funds, and liquid funds. In the home market, PhonePe competes with Google Pay and Paytm, among others.


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