A fintech is leveraging the technology of Dianrong to give professional investors in Asia access to U.S. online marketplace loans.
Equities trading and execution experienced digital-technological disruption more than a decade ago, but it needs reinventing.
Why has Asia not seen the emergence of a challenger bank seeking to disrupt traditional banks head-on?
White papers by the Financial Services Development Council, a think tank-slash-advisory body, argues for blockchain.
China Rapid Finance accepted a hefty, nearly 40% discount on its Nasdaq listing. Win or setback?
Mexico's administration is asking Congress to pass a law that categorizes and regulates fintech companies and services.
Marvelstone's Joe Seunghyun Cho and his partners intend to use a retail asset-management license to begin building a pan-Asia digital bank.
Relationships in the new API economy between fintechs and banks are not yet settled.
Dave asks Jame whether Yunfeng Financial Group's new app for selling actively managed mutual funds is a distribution game-changer.
Tencent's head of legal in Hong Kong wants to see HKMA and MAS improve their approach to fintech companies.