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What to expect at Sibos 2015?
Date: Oct 09, 2015   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping   |   Interviews
We take a look at some of the issues and concerns faced by FIs at SWIFT’s annual conference in Singapore this year
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Responding to the threat of disruptors
Date: Oct 09, 2015   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping   |   Opinion
At the Philippine International Banking Convention 2015, managing editor of the Asian Banker, Foo Boon Ping, spoke about how bank leaders today need to enable their organisations to stay relevant amid the challenges posed by fintechs that are undermining the traditional role of banks
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"We are clearly in a position of strength"
Date: Oct 07, 2015   |   Author: Amando M. Tetangco   |   Opinion
Amando M. Tetangco Jr, governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, in his keynote speech at the Philippine International Banking Convention 2015, emphasised the readiness of the Philippine banking system to compete in the broader offshore market under the ASEAN Banking Integration Framework by 2020.
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Cross-border transactions and mobile-based payment channels dominate payment trends in Asia Pacific
Date: Sep 25, 2015   |   Author: Research   |   Research Note
Increasing digital channels usage and the move towards mobile banking and mobile-based solutions is the main trend in payments today
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HDFC Bank: Digital and customer-centricity are the keys to competitiveness
Date: Sep 25, 2015   |   Author: Neeti Aggarwal   |   Case Study
HDFC Bank is adopting a holistic, bank-wide strategy of digital enablement for competitive differentiation. Nitin Chugh, Head of Digital Banking and Bhavesh Zaveri, Head of Operations discuss recent initiatives, key challenges, and the bank’s future plans.
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Vital and Vulnerable: The Two Faces of Money and Value Transfer
Date: Aug 24, 2015   |   Author: Tom Keatinge   |   Opinion
Tom Keatinge believes the unintended consequences of FATF Recommendation 14 for Hawala and other similar service providers requires better understanding by all involved.


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