D&B Pakistan partners with ABHI to enhance financial solutions

D&B Pakistan partners with ABHI to enhance financial solutions

D&B Pakistan, a leading provider of commercial data and analytics, has announced its partnership with ABHI (Pvt) Ltd., a fintech company that offers innovative financial solutions to businesses and their employees in Pakistan.

ABHI’s services include Earned Wage Access, Invoice Factoring, and Payroll Solutions, which empower businesses and individuals to take control of their finances.

As part of the partnership, D&B Pakistan will assist ABHI in a 3rd Party business assessment exercise of their customers. The collaboration aims to bring a strong value proposition to ABHI Finance by providing them with business intelligence in the form of 3rd Party Risk Mitigation Services.

The signing ceremony took place at D&B Pakistan’s office, where the companies expressed their excitement about the partnership and the potential it holds for financial inclusion in Pakistan.

Niran Rehman, Chief Business Officer of D&B Pakistan, stated that they are delighted to collaborate with ABHI and be a part of their mission to financially empower businesses and individuals in Pakistan.

He added that the partnership would bring comprehensive and reliable services to ABHI’s customers, enhancing their financial solutions.

Ali Ladhubhai, Chief Operating Officer of ABHI (Pvt) Ltd., expressed his excitement about the partnership with D&B Pakistan, enabling them to provide more comprehensive and reliable services to their customers. He further added that the partnership would work towards bringing greater financial inclusion to businesses and employees across Pakistan.

In conclusion, the partnership between D&B Pakistan and ABHI aims to enhance financial solutions for businesses and employees in Pakistan. With the support of D&B Pakistan’s 3rd Party Risk Mitigation Services, ABHI hopes to provide its customers with comprehensive and reliable services, contributing to financial inclusion and empowerment in the country.

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