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Sweeping changes in payments technology is compelling treasurers to re-engineer the way they work. The mini-guide serves as a perfect reference for those needing to adapt… and fast.
Hong Kong's crackdown on backdoor listings now in force; Global financial system watchdog flags stablecoins as huge regulatory risk; API industry standards in the works
Card companies are joining forces with fraud detection firms to finetune the dispute resolution process around chargebacks, or reversal of outgoing transfers initiated by cardholders.
China regulation on facial recognition tech awaited; HK, Singapore grant new licences to financial entities; India slashes corporate tax rate
The global payments gold rush is not just the preserve of the nimble start up, incumbent banks can be a part of the bonanze ... if they move fast enough
Moody’s takes a look at how reverse factoring contributed to the defaults of three European companies, and suggests steps companies can take to insulate themselves from liquidity risk
The evolution of real time payments, and the effectiveness with which industry players harness the data it generates, will be a decisive factor in competitive performance.
With heavyweights such as Deutsche Bank now joining the IIN, the network is scaling up. In just 12 months, it now includes more than 300 banks, many of them from APAC
A representative of FIS, the largest fintech in the world, discussed prevailing trends in the world of payments relevant to B2C and B2B industries at a roundtable in Hong Kong earlier today.
For Chinese tech giant Tencent, revenues from its fledgling fintech and business services operations could one day outstrip the firm's traditional stronghold in smartphone gaming