The cost-benefit calculation for public cloud computing may need updating.
The bank aims to line up 50 large corporate connections via APIs in Hong Kong.
Banks are creating barriers for fintechs to access data, but they impede open banking at their own risk, fintechs are getting their data anyway.
DBS was one of the pioneers in Asia to connect its customers to the accounting platform via APIs; only now are more following.
The bank consortium is creating an infrastructure platform to blunt the growing power of AliPay and WeChat Pay in Hong Kong.
The bank’s global head of fintech, Olivier Guillaumond, sees an opportunity in securitization platforms.
The Singapore-based P2P lender leverages the city’s leading e-procurement player to build a defensible business.
As Hong Kong and other Asian jurisdictions mandate open APIs, how will this reshape banking?
The startup is using blockchain to broaden IPOs and depository receipts to private assets and companies.
Concluding this week’s focus on gold fintech, we report on Tradewind’s introducing electronic trading to the asset class.