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The bank is expected to see moderate credit growth and satisfactory profits.
The bank has launched the “Better Banking” brand campaign to complement this.
Companies will be able to do a health check of their operations.
Almost four-fifths (76%) of Singaporean consumers are not satisfied with generic credit offers from their banks, with 24% willing to offer more information in exchange for better rates or lower fees, a FICO study revealed.
Even raises of up to 30% has failed to stop junior investment bankers from leaving.
Targeting Gen Z customers, the card offers 8% cashback on online purchases.
Lloyd will be responsible for leading the bank’s newest TTS digital payment solution.
AFIN will launch a new digital currency sandbox in APIX.
It is the first financial institution on the platform as an issuer and bond house.
They failed to properly monitor individuals onboarded as advisors, directors.
Chua spent 18 years with UBS Wealth Management prior to his new role.
Average frequency of use is 136.2 times in 2020, higher than in France, US, and UK.
The bank has assisted over 160,000 customers affected by the pandemic.
The group said that its entry in Singapore is a springboard to expanding globally.

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Why the hybrid work model is here to stay for banks

Banks stand to lose on cost savings and even on attracting talent if they stubbornly push for the return of pre-pandemic work set-up.

Philippines’ newest neobank aims to disrupt the industry with a dash of personality

Tonik Digital Bank wants to become the first bank brand in the country with “a sense of humor.”

How does Taiwan’s bilingual push enhance the competitive edge of its banks?

We spoke with local banks and the regulator to ask how the bilingual services enhances the financial industry's global competitiveness.

Japan’s top internet-only bank seeks to scale Taiwan’s banking industry

Rakuten International Commercial Bank leverages its parent’s 20 years’ experience in Japan and its extensive global network of companies and partners.

How Philippines’ cash management services thrived amongst MSMEs amidst the crisis

BDO, Security Bank, and BPI on how the pandemic changed Philippines' cash management services industry.

Indonesia upturns payments market with new foreign-friendly rules

The new regulations reduce the number of licenses and makes clinching foreign capital easier.

Strong IPO turnout buoys Thailand's investment banks in 2020

Market rebounded in H2 2020 and raised higher capital compared to 2019.

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The bank is expected to see moderate credit growth and satisfactory profits.
The bank has launched the “Better Banking” brand campaign to complement this.
Companies will be able to do a health check of their operations.
Almost four-fifths (76%) of Singaporean consumers are not satisfied with generic credit offers from their banks, with 24% willing to offer more information in exchange for better rates or lower fees, a FICO study revealed.
Even raises of up to 30% has failed to stop junior investment bankers from leaving.
Targeting Gen Z customers, the card offers 8% cashback on online purchases.
Lloyd will be responsible for leading the bank’s newest TTS digital payment solution.
AFIN will launch a new digital currency sandbox in APIX.
It is the first financial institution on the platform as an issuer and bond house.
They failed to properly monitor individuals onboarded as advisors, directors.
Chua spent 18 years with UBS Wealth Management prior to his new role.
Average frequency of use is 136.2 times in 2020, higher than in France, US, and UK.
The bank has assisted over 160,000 customers affected by the pandemic.
The group said that its entry in Singapore is a springboard to expanding globally.

Exclusives

Why the hybrid work model is here to stay for banks

Banks stand to lose on cost savings and even on attracting talent if they stubbornly push for the return of pre-pandemic work set-up.

Philippines’ newest neobank aims to disrupt the industry with a dash of personality

Tonik Digital Bank wants to become the first bank brand in the country with “a sense of humor.”

How does Taiwan’s bilingual push enhance the competitive edge of its banks?

We spoke with local banks and the regulator to ask how the bilingual services enhances the financial industry's global competitiveness.

Japan’s top internet-only bank seeks to scale Taiwan’s banking industry

Rakuten International Commercial Bank leverages its parent’s 20 years’ experience in Japan and its extensive global network of companies and partners.

How Philippines’ cash management services thrived amongst MSMEs amidst the crisis

BDO, Security Bank, and BPI on how the pandemic changed Philippines' cash management services industry.

Indonesia upturns payments market with new foreign-friendly rules

The new regulations reduce the number of licenses and makes clinching foreign capital easier.

Strong IPO turnout buoys Thailand's investment banks in 2020

Market rebounded in H2 2020 and raised higher capital compared to 2019.

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SmartStream’s Neil Sheppard and Alan Jones shared their insights about the changes they have seen in operations control both before and after the pandemic.
This Asian Banking and Finance podcast discusses the challenges and best practices when it comes to managing corporate actions automation

This Asian Banking and Finance podcast discusses the challenges and best practices when it comes to managing corporate actions automation

SmartStream’s Neil Sheppard and Alan Jones shared their insights about the changes they have seen in operations control both before and after the pandemic.

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