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The Information Revolution is upending financial services and institutions.
- Are you competitive?
- Are you being disrupted – or are you doing the disrupting?
- Is your business model fit for 2020?
DigFin profiles the people, institutions, and companies at the forefront of digital transformation – especially in Asia, where the new rules are being written.
New rules…New markets, new business models, new partnerships.
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Our audience includes senior executives in financial services and technology, as well as leading service providers and investors. Our biggest geographies are Hong Kong and Singapore, but our readers are located in all the world’s major financial centers.
Jame DiBiasio is an award-winning financial journalist and author based in Hong Kong.
He is founding editor of AsianInvestor magazine (2000), and served as editorial director at Haymarket Financial Media (2013-2016). He was the first-ever journalist in Asia to be granted the “Outstanding Contribution to Institutional Journalism” by the State Street Institutional Press Awards. He launched DigFin in March 2017.
Jame is also author of COWRIES TO CRYPTO, an upcoming book on the history of money (OANDA, 2019), among other history and thriller titles.
You can reach him via email at jame-at-digfingroup-dot-com, or connect via LinkedIn.
DigFin‘s mailing address is 10/f, Unit A, Casey Building, 38 Lok Ku Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
DigFin is proud to be a founding member of the Fintech Association of Hong Kong.
Jame serves as co-chair of its WealthTech Committee.