Sun Finance starts operating in the Philippines
Latvia-based fintech company, Sun Finance, continues its business expansion and starts operating in the Philippines. The online financing services of Sun Finance are now available in nine countries on three continents.
The company revealed that along with strengthening its positions in the existing markets, in 2023, the company will continue to expand geographically and to widen its product portfolio. The Philippines is the first step in this direction. The Philippines, with a population of 111 million, have become the second largest market of Sun Finance, with Mexico remaining first with a population of 128 million.
Sun Finance is one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe. The rapid development was also noticed by the British business newspaper, “Financial Times”, that named Sun Finance as the fastest-growing fintech company in Europe in 2021, while in 2022, the company was ranked third.
Since the beginning of its operations in 2017, the services provided by Sun Finance have been used by more than 10 million people and more than 1.8 billion euros have been issued in loans. The company was founded in 2017 by Toms Jurjevs and Emīls Latkovskis. Sun Finance employs more than 1,200 people, 150 of which work in the company’s central office in Riga. The company is managed by a team of experienced professionals with more than 10 years’ executive experience in fintech, finance and IT companies.
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