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What is the Game Plan for Hong Kong’s Virtual Banks?

On Aug 31, 2020
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In Hong Kong, virtual banking is bringing in new opportunities to serve the financially underserved, a segment new entrants including WeLab Bank, Airstar Bank and Mox by Standard Chartered, are actively pursuing.

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What is the Game Plan for Hong Kong’s Virtual Banks? https://t.co/6lwFKypcwG @Temenos #virtualbanking #fintech #digitalbanking #innovation #financialservices https://t.co/TVj5Ikw3lm
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What is the Game Plan for Hong Kong’s Virtual Banks?

What is the Game Plan for Hong Kong’s Virtual Banks?

In Hong Kong, virtual banking is bringing in new opportunities to serve the financially underserved, a segment new entrants including WeLab Bank, Airstar Bank and Mox by Standard Chartered, ...

The Eight Virtual Banks of Hong Kong

The Eight Virtual Banks of Hong Kong

Hong Kong is accepting applications for “virtual banks” - Fintech firms that are natively digital without a legacy footprint as an incumbent bank.

Eight virtual banks transforming Hong Kong's fintech sector

Eight virtual banks transforming Hong Kong's fintech sector

We take a closer look at the eight innovative virtual banks that are digitally disrupting Hong Kong's financial services industry using technologies like AI, machine learning and Big ...

Hong Kong’s Eight Virtual Banks: The Progress So Far

Hong Kong’s Eight Virtual Banks: The Progress So Far

Virtual Banks in Hong Kong: HKMA issued 8 licenses for virtual banks in 2019, how's their progress so far? Here's an update.

Hong Kong's virtual banking license garners interest

Hong Kong's virtual banking license garners interest

Financial services giant Standard Chartered has set up a subsidiary for its forthcoming digital-only bank and applied for a virtual banking license in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Virtual Banking is not only an important milestone, but for Fintech There’s More to Come

Hong Kong Virtual Banking is not only an important milestone, but for Fintech There’s More to Come

Hong Kong’s position at the forefront of the banking industry and as a FinTech leader is reinforced by the recent issuance of three new virtual banking licenses by the Hong Kong Monetary ...

Infographics Analyzing Incumbent Banks’ Standalone Fresh Mobile-First Offerings

Infographics Analyzing Incumbent Banks’ Standalone Fresh Mobile-First Offerings

MEDICI presents infographics analyzing incumbent banks’ standalone fresh mobile-first offerings with region-wise and year-wise breakdowns.

Hong Kong's digital banking push pits tech newcomers against old-guard lenders

Hong Kong's digital banking push pits tech newcomers against old-guard lenders

At least a dozen banks, fintechs and telecom firms are lining up to get a piece of Hong Kong's retail and small business banking market as the regulator prepares to award the former British ...

Hong Kong digital banks launch faces delay due to protests: sources

Hong Kong digital banks launch faces delay due to protests: sources

By Sumeet Chatterjee and Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - The launch of new online-only banks in Hong Kong is expected to be delayed in part due to anti-government protests in the city, ...

Standard Chartered Hires Judo Bank’s Co-Founder to Reportedly Work on Digital Bank in Singapore

Standard Chartered Hires Judo Bank’s Co-Founder to Reportedly Work on Digital Bank in Singapore

UK bank Standard Chartered is working with Singapore’s National Trade Union Congress (NTUC) Enterprise on its second digital-only bank in Asia, people familiar with the matter told media.

Alibaba: a help or hindrance to banking?

Alibaba: a help or hindrance to banking?

Hong Kong has become the latest country to shake up the banking industry by allowing big names in tech, including Alibaba and Tencent, to set up online retail banking operations. But how ...