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The next evolution of SME digital banking: banks as financial operating systems

The next decade will see banks move beyond traditional banking services to become ‘financial operating systems’ for their customers. This evolution is essential for unlocking value in the previously untapped small and medium enterprise…

     
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Supercharge your business with ISO 20022

There’s a new language for payments worldwide, with higher quality, more structured data meaning a better experience for all. Discover the benefits for your business. Learn more

     
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Chinese private banks strengthen philanthropic planning services in line with…

Chinese private banks are upgrading philanthropic planning services to cater to increased demand following the country’s ‘common prosperity’ policy

     
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wCBDC payments edge closer to reality but not without considerations

Central banks worldwide increasingly recognise the benefits of wholesale central bank digital currencies (wCBDCs) in making remittances and other cross-border transactions cheaper, faster and safer. Pilot projects set in motion seek to…

     
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International adoption of Renminbi gains momentum

Strong cross-border trade, RCEP trade pact, and deep capital market integration support international use of RMB

     
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Ping An’s cloud-native technology accelerates digital transformation and Smart…

By the end of 2021, 28% of Ping An Bank’s applications, some 1,700, had been built based on a new cloud- native platform

     
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SEA digital wallets to grow by 17% CAGR until 2025, boosted by e-commerce

Digital wallets are driving a transformation of financial services around the world. The gross transaction value of all platforms in Southeast Asia grew by 9% in 2021. E-commerce is believed to be leading the charge, with the compound annual…

     
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Interoperability: The key to the future of cross-border transactions

Transformation in the global financial community across a variety of infrastructures, systems, and processes raises the risk of fragmentation.