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Vietnam banks: Putting their money in retail banking and technology
Date: May 27, 2016   |   Author: Shenming Wang | Research Note
Despite current economic challenges, Vietnam’s banking sector has promising longer term potential due to its relatively young and increasingly affluent population.
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Susan Hwee of United Overseas Bank awarded for Bank Technology Leadership Achievement for 2016
Date: May 20, 2016   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping | News Analysis
Susan Hwee possesses a strong and successful track record in leading banking technology and innovation across banks. She spearheaded the modular architecture and IT integration within United Overseas Bank and is a pioneer in the electronic funds transfer service in Singapore.
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Interview: “Dodd–Frank is not designed to prevent failure in all occasions”
Date: May 18, 2016   |   Author: Cherry Lynn T. Zafaralla | Interviews
Congressman Barney Frank, former chairman of the powerful United States House Financial Services Committee at the height of the 2007–2011 global financial crisis, discusses the new order that is emerging in the banking and financial services world.
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Interview: “China is creating more capital market-enabled financial systems through technology platforms”
Date: May 16, 2016   |   Author: The Banking Conversation | Interviews
Gregory Gibb, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lujiazui International Financial Asset Company, also known in China as Lufax, says its platform operates in the space that banks are not keen on. And as its lending stood at RMB600 billion in 2015 alone, Lufax is bringing investors and borrowers in ways that entail lower cost.
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From fintech to techfin: data is the new oil
Date: May 16, 2016   |   Author: Janos Barberis | Opinion
At the closing session of the 17th Asian Banker Summit, Janos Barberis, founder of FinTech HK, discussed the power of data to transform financial technology and why China will lead the world in financial innovation.