ICBC’s open-banking deal with Ant Financial is the latest in a fintech frenzy among China’s banks.
The Tencent-backed digital bank is developing insights on environmental risks for asset managers.
The digital insurer is gradually adopting more of its shareholders’ capabilities.
Shift from thinking about a minimum viable product to a minimum viable package.
The U.S. firm is leveraging WhatsApp business API and A.I. to get a leg up in Hong Kong health insurance.
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Who is winning capital, and what’s the exit picture like for Asia’s fintech companies?
Do “fintech” and “Greater Bay Area” hold promise for Hong Kong insurers, or will firms get lost in the fog?
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