Western Union is expanding its digital money transfer services to multiple regions across Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
Already live in Hong Kong, Western Union Digital is schedule to go live in Malaysia and Singapore over the coming weeks.
In Latin America, the digital service is available in Brazil, Jamaica and Panama, will soon be introduced in Mexico.
In the Middle East, Western Union Digital is live in Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman and plans are on to soon launch the service in UAE, the company said.
The service currently connects the live regions to more than 200 countries and territories.
Furthermore, Western Union offers complete digital services in North America along with major regions of Europe and Australia and New Zealand.
Western Union CEO and president Hikmet Ersek said: “Our platform sets the standard for international money movement as we serve an ever-broader array of customers, giving them greater ease, access and confidence in every transaction they make, while upholding what matters most to them– speed, reliability, convenience and trust.”
Over the coming few years, Western Union Digital is set to expand to more than 200 countries and territories.
Western Union will primarily focus on the mobile channel, which is said to be responsible for nearly 70% of the company’s global digital transactions.