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Remittances
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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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Remittances to Asia Pacific slowing down
Date: Dec 24, 2015   |   Author: Research | Research Note
Remittances slowed in 2014 mainly due to exchange rate volatility, as remittances are reported in US dollars.
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"Data helps us define the customer"
Date: Jul 25, 2013   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping | Interviews
Akihito Nohara, former EVP of Rakuten Bank discusses how the bank pulled off an impressive recovery by introducing a fee based business model and leveraging on the strengths of Rakuten Group.
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Partnerships key to success in the Philippines remittance market
Date: Sep 05, 2012   |   Author: Levina Lim | Research Note
Philippines’ remittance and mobile money market holds promise for both money transfer operators and domestic banks.






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