Credit card is an alternative means of payment which makes payment very convenient, especially online payment. With a credit card, you can slim your bulky wallet . Indeed, most of the time, what you need is merely a cardholder. That being said, the temptation to pay instantly with credit cards can be very hard to resist.
Since January this year, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority has issued 8 new virtual banking licenses, with the latest batch released last week.
In Hong Kong and Singapore, credit cards continue to dominate as the payment method of choice for almost all online transactions. This makes sense as unlike other payment methods (eg. cash, bank transfers, checks) credit cards come with a unique combination of security, rewards and convenience.
As your small business grows, your management needs will, too. You’ll have more employees, more invoices to pay, more accounts receivable. And you may have too many authorized users on your small-business credit card. At that point, it may be time to change from a small-business card to a corporate credit card.
In an environment of growing competition for small businesses, establishing processes around cost controls and spending visibility is an integral part of the path to profitability. Investors, regulators and long-term customers have expectations and demand for more disciplined spending in the relevant areas and growth oriented businesses are now turning to credit cards (commercial and personal) to help with their expense management process.