Jame and Dave discuss how and when blockchain makes sense and what challenges remain to broader adoption.
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.
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.