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Finastra has established a new office space at Cyberport in Hong Kong as part of an evolution of its workplace strategy.
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Hong Kong-based fintech Neat has raised US$4 million as a Series A extension round, according to a press statement released by the company today.
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Hong Kong-based digital asset custody and servicing platform Hex Trust has secured a strategic investment from Asian digital assets and blockchain investment firm Kenetic, according to a statement released by Hex Trust on Wednesday.
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[Hong Kong, 22 June 2020] – FundPark Limited (“FundPark”), Hong Kong’s leading online trade finance platform formed a tripartite cross-border collaboration with Cainiao Smart Logistics Network Limited (“Cainiao”) and a Chinese domestic bank, creating an unconventional cooperative model.
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Rapyd Research Identifies Rising Digital Payments Winners Across Asia Pacific The Rapyd 2020 Asia Pacific eCommerce and Payment Study conducted in March and April across seven countries in APAC reveals the most frequently used and preferred payment methods of 3,500 consumers Singapore, 11 June 2020
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According to the Financial Services and Treasury Bureau report, the blockchain companies accounted for 39% of the 57 fintech companies that set up shop in Hong Kong last year.
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• Finastra survey shows Hong Kong leads global financial hubs, including Singapore, UK and US, in AI deployment plans for next 12 months • Hong Kong’s enthusiasm for Open Banking is strong, with 9 in 10 institutions looking to use open APIs in the next 12 months • More than half believe gove
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Qupital has entered into a strategic partnership with LianLian Global, China’s leading digital services and payments provider for cross-border e-commerce sellers.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the online lending industry hard. While more people and businesses are seeking loans to make up for lost income, online lenders are seeing defaults spike and slowing down the issuing of new loans. As a result, these lenders are making drastic moves to survive.
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HONG KONG — Tycoon Li Ka-shing, the former chairman of CK Hutchison Holdings, has led a new funding round for MioTech, a Hong Kong-based startup that uses artificial intelligence to generate data for investors.
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