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The merger of equals: What’s next for UAE banks?
Date: Aug 02, 2016   |   Author: Amandeep Ahuja | News Analysis
The merger of First Gulf Bank (FGB) and National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) is set to change the banking landscape in UAE and the Middle East. The combined entity is expected to become the largest bank by assets in the region, with the financial strength and expertise to drive UAE’s economic growth.
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New Singapore crowdfunding rules must balance greed and fear
Date: Jul 18, 2016   |   Author: Michael Tee | Opinion
Proposed changes to crowdfunding rules in Singapore, announced days before the June 24 Brexit vote shook financial markets worldwide, throw into focus regulators’ challenge of balancing financial liberalisation and protecting investors seeking safety in times of turmoil.
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TAB Live on Brexit: London will not lose its financial significance
Date: Jul 15, 2016   |   Author: Amandeep Ahuja | TAB Live
Ahmed Maan Tabaqchalli, chief investment officer of Asia Frontier Capital in UK, and Philippe Paillart, former chief executive officer of DBS Group, discuss the future of London, Europe, and the global economy after Britain decided to leave the European Union.
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Pioneering a mobile-first approach to remittances
Date: Jul 11, 2016   |   Author: Research | Research Note
The development of digital platforms that enable direct global money transfer is a nascent but fast growing business model from the remittance industry. The model does not envisage traditional banks as part of the long term plans, and competes with the largest global money operators head on.
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UK and Brexit: the economic implications
Date: Jun 27, 2016   |   Author: William De Vijlder | Opinion
UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union is now likely to be followed by a long process of negotiating the exit and the new relationship.