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HSBC has signed a deal with artificial intelligence startup Silent Eight to provide anti-financial crime technology for the bank.
This December, The Fintech Times is asking industry leaders for their ‘View from the Top’ to gain an insight into the decisions behind the last 12-months. Today, we’re looking at the issue of Artificial Intelligence, hearing from Martin Markiewicz, Aheesh Chanda and Moeen Khan on their 2020 thoughts, plus a look ahead to 2021. Will…
Asia is home to 61% of the world’s population. In terms of Artificial Intelligence (AI), many countries are still in the early stages of development but have a high potential to scale returns.
Despite COVID-19 headwinds, Southeast Asia’s digital economy has remained strong and resilient, adding 40 million people into the online space this year.
With shrinking profits due to the financial impact of the pandemic and increasing regulatory costs, banks are looking to leverage tech to improve their compliance processes—providing a boon for regtechs, with the global market expected to reach $16 billion in 2025, up from $6.3 billion today.
As the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in this end of 2020, the South-East Asia startup ecosystem is forced to adapt to meet the changing landscape. However, while the outlook might have seemed grim, many startups were able to find opportunities for growth, especially in online markets.
These 33 FinTech funding rounds from last week highlight the rise of Scandi challenger banks, the importance of cybersecurity and how competition in the buy now, pay later space is heating up.
Standard Chartered uses the startup’s technology to help insulate it against risks arising from financial crime and money laundering
With the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus prompting the largest “work-from-home” experiment in history, many companies are now turning that forced experiment into a permanent reality.