Japan’s MUFG invests over $700 million in Grab.

MUFG wants to offer financial services and loans to Grab users.


Ismawati Asmat20 Feb, 2020

Japan’s MUFG invests over $700 million in Grab.

As part of strategic collaboration, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) is set to invest more than US$700 million in Grab.

MUFG plans to make a range of financial services, including insurance policies and loans available to Grab users.

In March 2019, Grab raised nearly US$1.5 billion from SoftBank.

Previously, Grab and South Korea’s Hyundai officially launched GrabCar Elektrik, Grab’s electric vehicle service, in Indonesia after a pilot late last year.

Grab also launched a six-month pilot of its on-demand motorcycle service in the Klang Valley in Malaysia.

Grab claims its app has been downloaded on over 166 million devices.

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