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Wave Money

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Wave Money is the first and leading mobile financial service provider in Myanmar. Through Wave Money, customers can send and receive money either over the counter or via an easy to use mobile app. Through Wave Money, thousands of people a day are sending money to support their families, facilitate business operations and make digital payments, bringing millions of people access to formal and regulated financial services.

With over 34,000 Wave shops across the country, Wave Money’s agent network is more than 10 times the number of bank branches and over 6 times the number of ATMs in the entire country. Wave Money is a joint venture between Telenor, FMI, Yoma Bank and Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd.. Wave Money operates a 24/7 call centre to provide around-the-clock support services to partners and customers.

7th Floor, Uniteam Marine Building
84 Pann Hlaing Street
Sanchaung Township
Yangon, Myanmar

Tel: +95 9 790009000
E-mail: care@wavemoney.com.mm
Web: https://www.wavemoney.com.mm

About

Wave Money is the first and leading mobile financial service provider in Myanmar. Through Wave Money, customers can send and receive money either over the counter or via an easy to use mobile app. Through Wave Money, thousands of people a day are sending money to support their families, facilitate business operations and make digital payments, bringing millions of people access to formal and regulated financial services.

With over 34,000 Wave shops across the country, Wave Money’s agent network is more than 10 times the number of bank branches and over 6 times the number of ATMs in the entire country. Wave Money is a joint venture between Telenor, FMI, Yoma Bank and Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd.. Wave Money operates a 24/7 call centre to provide around-the-clock support services to partners and customers.

Contact

7th Floor, Uniteam Marine Building
84 Pann Hlaing Street
Sanchaung Township
Yangon, Myanmar

Tel: +95 9 790009000
E-mail: care@wavemoney.com.mm
Web: https://www.wavemoney.com.mm

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FMIDecaux

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FMI owns a 40% stake and JCDecaux Asia (S) Pte Ltd (“JCDecaux”) owns a 60% stake in their joint venture company FMIDecaux Company Limited (“FMIDecaux”). Combining JCDecaux’s global expertise in outdoor advertising and street furniture with FMI’s decades of experience in the local Myanmar market, the plan is to build 500 bus shelters and 500 City Information Panels (CIPs) across the city of Yangon.

FMIDecaux aims to set a new benchmark for bus shelters in Yangon. The provision of all street furniture items is backed by second-to-none cleaning and maintenance. The whole duration of the project is financed by advertising proceeds according to the business model invented by JCDecaux SA in 1964. This project will be at no cost to Yangon city or its people.

Parkside One Building, 271-273 Bagayar Street,
Sanchaung Township,
Yangon, Myanmar

Tel: ‎+95 9 798938425
E-mail: suumun.thet@jcdecaux.com
Web: https://www.fmidecaux.com

About

FMI owns a 40% stake and JCDecaux Asia (S) Pte Ltd (“JCDecaux”) owns a 60% stake in their joint venture company FMIDecaux Company Limited (“FMIDecaux”). Combining JCDecaux’s global expertise in outdoor advertising and street furniture with FMI’s decades of experience in the local Myanmar market, the plan is to build 500 bus shelters and 500 City Information Panels (CIPs) across the city of Yangon.

FMIDecaux aims to set a new benchmark for bus shelters in Yangon. The provision of all street furniture items is backed by second-to-none cleaning and maintenance. The whole duration of the project is financed by advertising proceeds according to the business model invented by JCDecaux SA in 1964. This project will be at no cost to Yangon city or its people.

Contact

Parkside One Building, 271-273 Bagayar Street,
Sanchaung Township,
Yangon, Myanmar

Tel: ‎+95 9 798938425
E-mail: suumun.thet@jcdecaux.com
Web: https://www.fmidecaux.com

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Myanmar Agri-Tech Limited

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FMI maintains a 30% interest in Myanmar Agri-Tech Limited (“MAGT”) which owns the planting rights to the Maw Tin estate and Sein Taung estate near Pathein region. Currently, there is a coffee project at Maw Tin with the initial commercial trial plantation area of 300 acres of lowland Robusta coffee trees being planted three years ago. A total of 3000 acres was surveyed to scale up the commercial coffee plantation based on the results achieved from the current trial plantation. Trial plantation and feasibility studies are also being undertaken for natural rubber and forest tree plantations as potential investment projects.

1/F, The Campus 1 Office Park,
Rain Tree Drive, Pun Hlaing Estate,
Hlaing Thayar Township
Yangon 11401 Myanmar

Tel: +95 1 3687766
Fax: +95 1 3687687
E-mail: info@fmi.com.mm

About

FMI maintains a 30% interest in Myanmar Agri-Tech Limited (“MAGT”) which owns the planting rights to the Maw Tin estate and Sein Taung estate near Pathein region. Currently, there is a coffee project at Maw Tin with the initial commercial trial plantation area of 300 acres of lowland Robusta coffee trees being planted three years ago. A total of 3000 acres was surveyed to scale up the commercial coffee plantation based on the results achieved from the current trial plantation. Trial plantation and feasibility studies are also being undertaken for natural rubber and forest tree plantations as potential investment projects.

Contact

1/F, The Campus 1 Office Park,
Rain Tree Drive, Pun Hlaing Estate,
Hlaing Thayar Township
Yangon 11401 Myanmar

Tel: +95 1 3687766
Fax: +95 1 3687687
E-mail: info@fmi.com.mm

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FMI Air

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FMI Air Limited (“FMI Air”) was established as FMI Air Charter in September 2012 to offer the first flight service between Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw, capital of Myanmar, by chartering the aircraft from other carriers. FMI Air Charter has been serving three flights per day for the route on the weekdays and one flight per day on weekends. After successfully establishing this route for two years, FMI Air was set up to establish its own operations in 2015.

In July 2018, FMI Air has decided to temporarily suspended its business operations. It will be evaluating its options and may resume its business operations at a future date subject to reorganisation and market conditions.

1/F, The Campus 1 Office Park,
Rain Tree Drive, Pun Hlaing Estate,
Hlaing Thayar Township
Yangon 11401 Myanmar

Tel: +95 1 230606870
Customer support: +95 9763606544
Web: https://www.fmiair.com

About

FMI Air Limited (“FMI Air”) was established as FMI Air Charter in September 2012 to offer the first flight service between Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw, capital of Myanmar, by chartering the aircraft from other carriers. FMI Air Charter has been serving three flights per day for the route on the weekdays and one flight per day on weekends. After successfully establishing this route for two years, FMI Air was set up to establish its own operations in 2015.

In July 2018, FMI Air has decided to temporarily suspended its business operations. It will be evaluating its options and may resume its business operations at a future date subject to reorganisation and market conditions.

Contact

1/F, The Campus 1 Office Park,
Rain Tree Drive, Pun Hlaing Estate,
Hlaing Thayar Township
Yangon 11401 Myanmar

Tel: +95 1 230606870
Customer support: +95 9763606544
Web: https://www.fmiair.com