Who is winning capital, and what’s the exit picture like for Asia’s fintech companies?
Bank of Shanghai is testing BitMint’s Q-Pay, a.k.a. “pay like cash”, which looks like a preamble to a new paradigm of digital money.
The Singapore-based P2P lender leverages the city’s leading e-procurement player to build a defensible business.
The shifting allocations in Intelligent Lending Advisor’s fund highlight changes in U.S. peer-to-peer loans.
The Hong Kong fintech seeks one or more banks to provide gearing facilities.
Founder, FinEx Asia
An arm of the CIRBC has released a detailed list of rules for the survivors of China’s P2P-lending industry.
The asset-management platform has gone from disrupting prime brokers to supporting them.
Leading fintech credit platforms in the U.S. are grappling with changing market conditions.
The bank’s payments app is a precursor to bigger ambitions in the virtual space.