Fintech adoption continues to grow and disrupt traditional banking models. What lies in store in Southeast Asia over the coming 12 months?
As Go-Jek launches the beta version of its app in Singapore, the e-payment turf war is heating up.
Around 1.2 billion more people will migrate to urban areas in Asia over the next three to four decades. If the Paris climate agreement is to be a success, it is cities that must drive green solutions.
Singapore’s new Payment Services Bill seeks to drive growth and innovation by managing risks and creating a safer fintech ecosystem.
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While Singapore has been at the forefront in terms of bridging the digital divide among its citizens, elders in the country are yet to emerge as active participants in the online economy.
The investment ecosystem in Southeast Asia is poised for growth, driven by strong investor interest in the region’s tech sector, especially the fintech space, according to a study by US-based consultancy Bain & Company.
The Asian financial hub is another step closer to its aspiration. It wants to be a world-class Fintech hub. Till it secures its position, it must sustain its momentum.
Local Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek challenges the regional competitor Grab’s existing market share in Indonesia.
DBS, OCBC and UOB dominate the banking sector in Singapore. The state regulator harnesses and supports fintech, but it could do more.