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The country’s top regulator shared plans to enact a new law on the matter.
Mizuho most recently saw disruptions to its corporate online bank services on 11 January. 
He replaces current COO David Whiteing, who is moving back to Australia.
The bank assured customers that it employs a multi-layered defence system against fraud.
Banks are asked to remove links in emails and SMS sent to customers.
Two operators, Daenerys and Deodi, have shut down their ATM machines in the city.
Users can now link accounts from Bank of China, DBS, Maybank, OCBC, StanChart, and UOB.
The potential is there, but tech roadblocks prevent wider adoption in the industry.
And the search for a new head of corporate banking for Australia and New Zealand is on.
The new guidelines instruct against marketing DPT services in public areas.
Loyalty programs are also rated as important by consumers in the city.
Banks and financial institutions are invited to submit their entries for the Wholesale Banking Awards, Retail Banking Awards, and Corporate and Investment Banking Awards 2022.
Decisions on green finance now will lock in emissions trajectories for decades.
A possible rate hike in March will also positively affect the bank.

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Why Siam Commercial Bank is transforming itself into a fintech group

With its reorganisation, the group plans to expand to a customer base of 200 million.

China’s new foreign-friendly financial market brimming with opportunities, but limits still abound

If authorities remove the “execution-only” restriction in WM Connect, money flows in the channel could grow ten times bigger than the $22.5b quota, says EY’s Christine Lin.

Why banks need more tech experts in their boards rooms

Massive adoption of tech without critical tech advice from experts could spell doom for lenders.

Citi Commercial Bank bridges cultural gap with China Desk initiative

The desk opens Singapore to mid-sized Chinese firms seeking to penetrate ASEAN.

Buy now, pay later more needed in markets with credit under penetration: UOB TMRW exec

It’s not as urgent as other markets with credit under-penetration, says TMRW Digital Group CCO.

How Hong Kong’s livi bank aims to make banking more rewarding

They are amongst the first bank in the city to roll-out buy now, pay later services.

SMEs are the lifeblood of Asia Pacific: Mastercard

Hence, Mastercard launched the world’s first BNPL commercial card solution for SMEs.

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The country’s top regulator shared plans to enact a new law on the matter.
Mizuho most recently saw disruptions to its corporate online bank services on 11 January. 
He replaces current COO David Whiteing, who is moving back to Australia.
The bank assured customers that it employs a multi-layered defence system against fraud.
Banks are asked to remove links in emails and SMS sent to customers.
Two operators, Daenerys and Deodi, have shut down their ATM machines in the city.
Users can now link accounts from Bank of China, DBS, Maybank, OCBC, StanChart, and UOB.
The potential is there, but tech roadblocks prevent wider adoption in the industry.
And the search for a new head of corporate banking for Australia and New Zealand is on.
The new guidelines instruct against marketing DPT services in public areas.
Loyalty programs are also rated as important by consumers in the city.
Banks and financial institutions are invited to submit their entries for the Wholesale Banking Awards, Retail Banking Awards, and Corporate and Investment Banking Awards 2022.
Decisions on green finance now will lock in emissions trajectories for decades.
A possible rate hike in March will also positively affect the bank.

Exclusives

Why Siam Commercial Bank is transforming itself into a fintech group

With its reorganisation, the group plans to expand to a customer base of 200 million.

China’s new foreign-friendly financial market brimming with opportunities, but limits still abound

If authorities remove the “execution-only” restriction in WM Connect, money flows in the channel could grow ten times bigger than the $22.5b quota, says EY’s Christine Lin.

Why banks need more tech experts in their boards rooms

Massive adoption of tech without critical tech advice from experts could spell doom for lenders.

Citi Commercial Bank bridges cultural gap with China Desk initiative

The desk opens Singapore to mid-sized Chinese firms seeking to penetrate ASEAN.

Buy now, pay later more needed in markets with credit under penetration: UOB TMRW exec

It’s not as urgent as other markets with credit under-penetration, says TMRW Digital Group CCO.

How Hong Kong’s livi bank aims to make banking more rewarding

They are amongst the first bank in the city to roll-out buy now, pay later services.

SMEs are the lifeblood of Asia Pacific: Mastercard

Hence, Mastercard launched the world’s first BNPL commercial card solution for SMEs.

Join the Asian Banking & Finance community