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Will digital-only money transfer operators impact the global remittance market?
Date: Dec 09, 2016   |   Author: Research | Research Note
Digitisation in the cross-border money transfer industry might leave fewer opportunities for incumbent banks and operators to grow. How they cultivate alliances and digital innovation to stay ahead of competitive will be critical moving forward.
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Blockchain: Collaboration and interoperability to drive adoption
Date: Nov 20, 2016   |   Author: Neeti Aggarwal and The Asian Banker Editor | Research Note
New proofs of concepts have emerged in blockchain as the industry tackles various impediments to its successful adoption. The technology initiatives would need to be complemented with stronger collaborative efforts and interoperability for future growth.
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Non-bank players vie for customers in the digital payments arena
Date: Nov 03, 2016   |   Author: Janine Marie Crisanto | Research Note
Increasing adoption of digital payments has resulted in stiff competition within the industry. Non-bank payment players have become more aggressive, aiming to grow into full scale financial service providers.
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Hostile environment casts doubt on the future of mobile-only fintech banks
Date: Nov 01, 2016   |   Author: Research | Research Note
Wide discontent with conventional banks have led to the emergence of mobile-only fintech banks. However, these challenger banks are struggling to expand their customer reach, putting doubts whether they can stand against bigger traditional banks.
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Disruption forces banks in Asia Pacific to refocus their technology investments
Date: Oct 26, 2016   |   Author: Neeti Aggarwal | Research Note
Competition is forcing banks to improve the digital experience of their customers. Banks are focused on investing in mobile technologies, data analytics, security and cloud computing.
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Holistic enterprise-wide digitisation is the key to success in the Indian banking industry
Date: Oct 21, 2016   |   Author: Research | Research Note
Emerging new competition, changing customer expectations, and reduced profitability are forcing banks in India to revisit their strategic business and operating models as well as their digital transformation and technology innovation strategies.
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Basel II: The precursor of an integrated risk management framework for Vietnamese banks
Date: Oct 18, 2016   |   Author: Research | Research Note
Vietnam’s banking sector has taken significant steps to comply with Basel II requirements. However, more measures are needed to create an effective and integrated risk management framework in the banks.
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Cash management technology – race towards centralising, digitising and future-proofing
Date: Oct 14, 2016   |   Author: Clement Hu | Research Note
As the search for efficiency intensifies amid a slowdown in economic growth, banks continue to leverage technology to relieve cost pressures and provide increasingly complex working capital solutions that their clients demand.



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