CEOs from three licensed startups in Hong Kong highlight issues they are still working through.
October marks a key deadline for open banking, and the issues are mounting.
The advent of virtual banks will hurt Taiwan’s lenders more than peers in Hong Kong or Singapore.
And then there were eight: DigFin’s take on how this plays out.
The fintech, backed by Pintec and FWD, will challenge banks without having to meet the same regulatory requirements.
Banks are creating barriers for fintechs to access data, but they impede open banking at their own risk, fintechs are getting their data anyway.
David Rosa of fintech Neat explains why he didn’t go for a virtual banking license – and what this means for banks, virtual and otherwise.
And other people moves in fintech, including Praveena Rai, Duncan Klein, and Bert-Jan van Essen.
Security nightmare or business opportunity? Private banks in Asia diverge over instant-messaging apps.
Banks are investing in digitizing the onboarding of clients, but hopes for a utility solution are unlikely to be realized.