“Going by the survey results, people in Singapore are finding it harder to keep up with bills, budget effectively and manage unsecured loans,” says MasterCard.
There are complicated reasons and sub-plots behind the suggestion: the official reason, a fear that the UK might leave the EU, is surely only a part of it.
This last week marked the 60th anniversary of the Asian-African Conference, which in its 1955 inaugural gathering brought leaders from Asia and Africa to Bandung in Indonesia to discuss the role of the developing world in the future global economy, peace
A senior delegation from Dubai, led by the Chairman of the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), Saeb Eigner, met with the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), H.E. Dr Raghuram Rajan, in Mumbai to enhance co-operation and to discuss initiativ
The latest report by Hawksford Singapore reveals that 2015 has kicked off with a soft start compared to previous quarters, but Singapore remains a fertile environment that is attracting entrepreneurs, investors and enterprises alike.
Most of the incidents were linked to retail banking, including frauds linked to Internet banking, automated teller machines and debit and credit cards
Interest from overseas continues to heat up, and judging by the mood among Hong Kong buyers, the British election simply does not matter
The Philippines’ biggest banks may be the smallest lenders in Southeast Asia by market cap, but they are now more expensive than their peers in the region – stoked by a steady inflow of foreign investor funds and a bullish economic outlook.