Lufax began as a P2P and became a wealth manager – in Singapore, it's adding secondary trading.
Fang Yihan, CEO at the Beijing-based company, tells DigFin her goals for 2020.
P2P platform China Rapid Finance listed on Nasdaq by accepting a nearly 40% discount on the share price to investors.
The fintech, backed by Pintec and FWD, will challenge banks without having to meet the same regulatory requirements.
Co-founder Geoff Prentice says scaling financial services to Southeast Asians requires partnering with local majors.
Lufax’s wealth-management debut app in Singapore is, for now, just an online funds mart.
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