Fintech startups in both markets will benefit with a shared network for expansion and innovation.
Will facilitate the development of joint venture projects with banks, corporates and governments.
With her passion for telling people’s stories, Sharmila Ganapathy sifts through the many articles she wrote in 2017 and miraculously settles on five.
As much as he follows the developments around the Digital Economy, the pace of it, even in Southeast Asia, can still catch Karamjit Singh by surprise.
Will also offer services ranging from a licensed cryptocurrency exchange to e-payments, and a full digital bank.
Goal is to serve the existing need in the market and at the same time position Singapore as a global leader in AI technologies.
The partnership aims to facilitate the growth of Finance 2.0 globally.
Hires local GM and plans for new fintech hub as well as online platform to link UK-Asia startups, investors and corporates.
Tremendous interest in the Japanese market from fintech teams at Lattice80.
Allows users to transfer funds without switching between apps.