Why is HSBC’s corporate bank – not the consumer bank – launching digital payment services for merchants in Hong Kong?
The bank consortium is creating an infrastructure platform to blunt the growing power of AliPay and WeChat Pay in Hong Kong.
The deal gives Hong Kong investment bank AMTD a technology platform to enter the retail market.
Hong Kong will regulate digital assets, which is good news, but only wealthy investors will be permitted into licensed services.
Co-founder Hong Feng says the phone-internet-retail company will take its data-driven prowess beyond mainland China.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing hopes to use DLT to leapfrog competitors in data, linkages and efficiency.
Partnering with banks is going to only get harder, despite F.I.s' growing need for what fintech companies can offer.
The bank’s head of product for PayMe, Deep Bedi, explains what the bank has learned from its Venmo-esque app.
In this video, Jame discusses Clayton Christensen's idea of disruptive technology.
The inventor of the OMS and founder of Liquidnet is piloting A.I. tools to let buy-side traders generate alpha.