Until the pullback in early September, the S&P 500 has climbed almost 25% in 2020 outstripping other sectors. This points to an uneven K-shaped recovery where some parts of the economy such as technology, retail, software services and other growth sectors may recover and grow faster than others.
United Overseas Bank (UOB) increased retail banking income contribution by 15% as the financial industry grapples with digital advancement. The bank leveraged its omni-channel customer engagement model which helped grow retail deposits by 7% year on year. The bank continued to invest in digital transformation and innovation which resulted in 96% of all transactions being conducted digitally in 2019.
In this instalment of the Digital Reinvention Dialogue series, Nghiem Xuan Thanh, Chairman of Hanoi-based Vietcombank, maps out the bank’s journey towards digital reinvention as one of its top agendas to remain competitive.
The president director of Bank Central Asia (BCA), Jahja Setiaatmadja, talks about how accelerating the bank’s digital transformation has helped in expanding customer engagement and how the financial services industry will play out during the current crisis brought about by COVID-19
The Asian Banker Finance China 2020 Conference on 28 August addressed the evolution of global trade and supply chains, as well as how China’s financial services industry need to transform itself, manage innovation and accelerate structural reform in a post-COVID world