Who's doing what in fintech
Artificial intelligence: as explained by Eberhard Schoneburg
DevOps: explained by CyberArk’s Jeffrey Kok
Ethereum explained: by Vitalik Buterin
Quantum computing: applications and challenges as explained by MIT
Blockchain forks: as explained by Leonhard Weese, Bitcoin Assoc. of H.K.
AMTD's William Fung and FinEX founder Maggie Ng share visions for blockchain in fixed-income markets.
Major blockchain initiatives prove the technology offers privacy and scalability, but banks waiting to see which models prevail.
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The Hong Kong-based company is taking steps to grow its electronic network for buying and selling invoices.
UBS Wealth Management is experimenting with voice recognition, but security remains a concern.
The insurance industry is keen to sell cyber cover to fintechs in Asia, but selling protection against hackers can be a risky business.
The Hong Kong-based fintech, which combines A.I. with capital-markets expertise, says China’s entry to MSCI’s index creates an opportunity for alpha-seekers.
The startup will apply for the first virtual banking licenses, setting it in eventual competition with traditional consumer banks.
The company’s FIC Network is designed to use blockchain tech to originate and distributed fixed-income securities in new ways.
The bank is using technology from Finastra to win retail and SME customers in Myanmar.
JIAM, a consortium supported by the Tokyo governor, wants global asset-management B2B fintechs to consider doing business in Japan.