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.
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.
Charles D’Haussy explains his new role for the blockchain platform and its fintech projects.
The insurer plans to launch new products in Hong Kong that will, for all intents and purposes, be virtual.
Banks are investing in digitizing the onboarding of clients, but hopes for a utility solution are unlikely to be realized.
This week’s survey of private banking says why, and how, the ultimate in high-touch financial services is going digital.
She speaks with DigFin about how financial institutions should prepare for digital I.D.s.
Do “fintech” and “Greater Bay Area” hold promise for Hong Kong insurers, or will firms get lost in the fog?
Why is HSBC’s corporate bank – not the consumer bank – launching digital payment services for merchants in Hong Kong?