More than half of Australians (58 per cent) are using fintech products and services, a substantial increase from two years ago, according to a recent survey by Ernst & Young.
Priscilla Luk, global head for index research and design, Asia Pacific at S&P Dow Jones Indices, explains how factors perform across different economic cycles in China
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The potential benefits of open banking are drawing admirers, but considerable obstacles remain, so further integration presents both an opportunity and a challenge
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The Grattan Institute uses the modelling to argue for scrapping a proposed increase of mandatory super contributions to 12%, reducing contribution limits and imposing a uniform tax rate in retirement of 15%.
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Noting that fintech firms are pressuring banks to invest in new technologies and with 66 per cent of banks aiming to achieve digital maturity for next year, Hays Malaysia outlined the rapid expansion of financial services going online in the country and t