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Fintech has been hailed as the next frontier in the financial services industry and rightfully so as it has the potential to shake up incumbent businesses. But fintech isn’t just about disruption to FSIs, according to a venture capitalist.
Fintech Innovators, a collaboration between fintech investment firm, H2 Ventures and KPMG Fintech, on Oct 24 announced its list of the world’s leading fintech innovators, the 2016 Fintech 100.
PT Digital Alpha Indonesia secures Pre-Series A funding round from a large South-East Asian banking group.
Mobile reimbursement platform Jojonomic raises US$1.5 million Series A round led by Maloekoe Ventures, with participation from Golden Gate Ventures, Fenox Venture Capital, and East Ventures.
Fintech is the catalyst for transformation in the financial sector Banks and regulators have much to do to improve the state of fintech in SEA
MC Payment, a financial technology and business solutions provider based in Singapore, has raised S$6 million (US$4.5 million) in a Series B round.
Get ready for the next level: A joint report by Google and fintech startup Jirnexu has found that consumers are moving from merely comparing financial products online towards actually buying financial products online.
US payments giant PayPal has launched an innovation lab in Singapore that will collaborate with government agencies, SMEs, startups and academia.
Juris Technology went through some tough times in pioneering a market, but is now ready to become the best credit management software provider in the world, says CEO See Wai Hun.