A growth platform for Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) in Malaysia.

SOLV Sdn. Bhd. (“SOLV Malaysia”) is a technology company operating a platform for facilitating trade and financing for MSME businesses in Malaysia.

What We Do

Financial Services

Quick and easy access to financing

The SOLV platform allows you to benefit from quick and timely credit to help your business grow and expand. SOLV Malaysia plans to offer a full range of financial solutions to be rolled out in phases, starting with anchor led dealer finance (Supply Chain Financing). The SOLV platform will be a financial services marketplace backed by comprehensive and secure infrastructure and technology, along with a large network of Malaysian Financing Partners (including commercial banks, non-banking financial companies or P2P lenders) ensures faster processing and approvals.

Business Services [coming soon]​

While running day-to-day operations, it is difficult to find time to focus on your business growth. SOLV intends to offer you access to reliable and affordable business services. SOLV’s business services offerings range from logistics to storage and are intended to meet your most crucial business demands on time and on budget. Watch this space as this is in the pipelines and coming soon!

e-Commerce [coming soon]​

Growing your business becomes easy once you start buying or selling on the SOLV B2B online marketplace. If you are a seller, SOLV helps you reach new and verified customers. If you are a buyer, SOLV helps you source quality products at the best prices from verified and pre-screened suppliers. Watch this space as this is in the pipelines and coming soon!


Pure marketplace model connecting buyers & sellers for an open and transparent business environment.​


One-stop shop offering value added services inclusive of financial services and business services.


Superior customer experience across all touchpoints, including delivery, payments, and support.​


Standard Chartered assurance ensures fair business practices and tighter controls on data security and privacy.​

Frequently Asked Questions

Invoice financing is a cash flow solution that enables businesses to get advances on money owed by customers upon completion of goods or rendered services, without waiting for the long payment terms that can be from 30 days to 180 days. This method of financing is ideal for businesses in need of consistent cash flow or cash upfront, especially if the majority of their transactions are on credit terms.

Invoice financing is an accounting method that lets businesses borrow against their accounts receivable to generate cash quickly. With invoice financing. Invoice financing works best for B2B sellers that have well-known customers with a reliable payment history. Retail, manufacturing and agriculture companies are among the types of businesses that often turn to invoice financing as a financing mechanism. Invoice financing isn’t an option for companies that primarily sell to consumers or whose payment model is cash-and-carry.

Depending on the nature of your business and its trade cycle, you have the option to apply for a tenure of 30, 60, 90, or 120 days.

How do I apply?

If this is your first time with us, here is a run-through on the application process.

  1. Complete the application form.
  2. Prepare the following documents to support your application:
  • Company Registration Forms
  • Copy of all Director(s) NRIC/Passport
  • Latest 6-months Bank Statement
  • Latest Audited Accounts & Management Accounts (if available)

We will reach out to you shortly after your application.

Should there be a need for additional documents or information, we will contact you and follow up.

There are no fees or charges from SOLV Malaysia.

Shariah-compliant invoice financing products are structured in accordance with these principles to ensure that they are in compliance with Islamic law. It's important to note that the specific application of these principles may vary depending on the Islamic financial institution and the jurisdiction in which the transaction takes place. Islamic scholars and advisors play a crucial role in ensuring that financial products comply with Shariah principles.

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