Quantum computing’s threat to encryption may be realized before banks are ready.
Large state-owned banks in China feel compelled to do deals with leading internet companies such as Alibaba and Tencent.
A fintech is leveraging the technology of Dianrong to give professional investors in Asia access to U.S. online marketplace loans.
Regional differences in the structured-products business impacts the bank-led technology consortium's expansion plans.
Maggie Ng, ex-Citi MD, is launching a business, FinEX Asia, to connect U.S. online lending marketplaces to Asian investors.
Galileo Platforms, a fintech, says its blockchain will help insurers crack new markets at low cost.
Equities trading and execution experienced digital-technological disruption more than a decade ago, but it needs reinventing.
Block Event, an Australian startup marrying electronic and sales trading for equity blocks, puts the human touch back into disruption.
The startup hopes banks will want to join its network if it gains scale among remittance wallets.
Who can change the rules of a distributed ledger, and what happens when they try.
Why has Asia not seen the emergence of a challenger bank seeking to disrupt traditional banks head-on?