All Nippon Airways (ANA) has added PayPal to a list of payment options for travellers.
Customers can select PayPal as their preferred payment method on ANA’s website and its smart app for international flights and flights within Japan booked at the same time.
While the use of PayPal will not affect ticket prices, ANA has added the digital platform to open up new opportunities for tech-savvy consumers.
PayPal joins credit cards, ANA Sky Coins, convenience stores and bank transfers as acceptable methods for online purchases.
“We are excited about taking another step to offer individually tailored services to passengers by adding PayPal to our list of payment options,” said Mitsuo Tomita, ANA executive vice president.
“PayPal is a significant global platform, with over 250 million users all over the world, and we want to make travelling as convenient and accessible for them as possible.”
CP All secures
‘A’ ratings from TRIS
TRIS Rating has affirmed the “A+” company rating on CP All PLC (CPALL) and also affirms the ratings on the outstanding senior unsecured debentures at “A”.
The different ratings on the debt issues reflect the company’s high level of secured debt and the fact that the unsecured debentures are in an inferior position to the secured debt.
At the same time, TRIS Rating assigned an “A” rating to CPALL’s proposed issues of up to Bt10 billion in senior unsecured debentures and the additional greenshoe portion of up to Bt5 billion.
The company will use the proceeds from the proposed issues to refinance its existing |debts.
The ratings continue to reflect the company’s market position and proven record as the largest operator of convenience stores in Thailand.
Chubb Life names country
chief for Thailand
Chubb, the world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company, yesterday announced the appointment of Angela Hunter to the role of country president for Chubb Life in Thailand, subject to regulatory approval.
Chubb Life’s operations in Thailand provides life insurance and protection services to meet the financial protection and security needs of a broad range of customers.
Hunter joins from Prudential Assurance Company, Singapore where she was executive vice president and chief customer, marketing and digital officer, responsible for a diverse product portfolio including medical, protection and savings and investments. Prior to this, she held senior leadership roles in financial services in New Zealand and Australia.