Michelle Li, head of research at AMTDi, outlines what we know so far about China’s plans for a digital yuan.
Indie analysts wary of the pricing for the Beijing-based digital finance company’s $76 million listing.
Quantum computing’s threat to encryption may be realized before banks are ready.
Wayne Xu, head of ZhongAn International, says the relationship with Grab is just the beginning for digital insurance in Asia.
HKEx boss on becoming a market for financial products, based on data and protected by blockchain.
Ping An Insurance among the first big financial institutions to use Goertzel’s new marketplace for artificial intelligence.
Hong Kong Exchanges wants others to begin testing its blockchain-based prototype for Stock Connect.
The payments company’s new G.M. for Hong Kong, Maaike Steinebach, outlines the business segments up for grabs.
Banks are investing in digitizing the onboarding of clients, but hopes for a utility solution are unlikely to be realized.
The co-head of Asia Pacific for private wealth discusses how technology is becoming central to banks' value proposition.