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Just as others – including heavyweights IBM and JP Morgan – are racing into the cryptocurrency space, Citibank is getting out. Just how useful will this kind of tech be for corporate treasury?
What do corporate treasurers and Kim Jong Un have in common? A burning need to know how to operate, or operate in, an open economy with a closed political system
Hong Kong’s securities regulatory chief Carlson Tong Ka-shing may be on the way out, but he has signalled that cryptocurrencies have a future in the city even if there’s still a long road ahead for crypto compliance
Despite the slide in the prices of bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency this year, a panel of fintech experts at the Refinitiv Pan Asian Regulatory Summit believe crypto finance is here to stay
Evolution in fintech is challenging the way corporates manage their cashflow. Given their acquisitions Amazon, Alibaba and Tencent are at the pointy end – particularly in Asia.
The advent of open banking promises much, but without standardisation corporates and banks risk an open banking ecosystem that is piecemeal and fragmented.
Regulatory fears in China pushed fintech funding lower in Asia in the last quarter of 2017, according to KPMG.
MUFG and NTT DATA plan to build a blockchain trade highway that will ease bilateral trade between two of Asia's leading trading nations.
China targets shadow banking, asset management and internet finance in a raft of new regulations over the past month.
Letters of credit may be a necessary evil that prolongs the trade process, but financial regulators in the two cities are pushing blockchain as a way to solve an old problem.