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Tencent Holdings Limited is one of the world’s leading technology companies, mainly engaging in communication services such as China’s largest social media platform WeChat

How fintechs are revolutionising remittances in emerging markets

Remittance flows tend to be more stable than broader capital flows. They also tend to be countercyclical, increasing during downturns or catastrophes, when other capital flows generally dwindle.

Fintech: the natural response to a quarantined economy

During the global lockdown, MSMEs needed Financial Technology (fintech) to keep business operations going. FinTech companies also provided an intrinsic relief to business owners that were at risk of getting sick by continuing to operate manually.

Thailand leads the world in adoption of next-gen financial services

More change has occurred in Thailand’s banking scene in the last two years than had occurred during the previous ten years, with the rate of change continuing to accelerate at pace.

The Importance of E-Wallets for Online Gaming Sites

With e-wallets and cryptocurrency being the most relevant options, banks have been put on the side burner, especially when e-wallets and cryptocurrency allow for fast electronic transfer, that is done instantly.

Southeast Asia E-Money Market Report Shows Tech Firms Disrupting Banks

Nonbanks have overtaken banks as primary payment providers in Indonesia and are experiencing high growth in the Philippines, while banks remain dominant in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, according to a S&P Global Market Report.

Can Fintech drive a strong post-COVID-19 recovery in Asia?

The pandemic has highlighted the power of digital technology. Now is the time to harness this power for inclusive growth so that communities, especially in poor and remote areas, can survive the crisis and thrive.

Regulating Asia’s Fintech future

In Southeast Asia, 60 per cent of the population does not have a bank account and the credit card penetration rates in Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and other countries are less than 2 per cent