Singaporeans believe GDP growth limited due to lack of natural resources while investments into manufacturing and services means added pressure for workforce.
Malaysian digital platform to increase the financial literacy of one million youths.
Results from an online survey point to how Malaysians have a hard time keeping track of their expenses.
Personal financial planner app helps users manage finances and develop investment strategies.
KL-founded CompareAsia expanded to seven other Asian markets but lost its focus on its home base of Malaysia. It now plans to rectify this mistake.
Singapore startup MyHero Ltd, the company behind financial learning and stock market simulation app TradeHero, said it has partnered with the Singapore Exchange (SGX) to launch the SGX StockWhiz 2015 contest.
Banks may talk about a customer-centric experience, but there is too much governance and too much legacy, and they are horrible at innovating, says Akamai’s John Ellis.
At its core, Wobe is a micro-business app with an e-wallet, designed to make it easy for anyone with a smartphone and mobile Internet access to start a business – its greater vision however is to build tech that can benefit women in South-East Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
Malaysia’s financial literacy provider MoneyTree and the country’s largest financial comparison site by traffic iMoney have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that they hope will expand both organisations’ depth and breadth of services in the region.