digital bank


Standard Chartered partners with NTUC Enterprise to set up digital bank

The Singaporean digital bank will be separately licensed and effectively compete against Standard Chartered itself.
Is the future of banking invisible? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Digital Economy

Is the future of banking invisible?

How can embedded finance and "platformication" help banking services to be more digitally intertwined with consumers’ lives?
SMBC ramps up digitalisation efforts with Covid-19 as catalyst - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


SMBC ramps up digitalisation efforts with Covid-19 as catalyst

SMBC ramps up digitalisation efforts with Covid-19 as catalyst.

Broker's Calls

Tencent, ByteDance, Alibaba expansion here could bode well for HRnetGroup: CGS-CIMB

Despite the macro uncertainty, CGS-CIMB reckons HRnetGroup is well-positioned to benefit from job creation.


MAS to delay results of digital banking licenses bid till end of the year

The delay will give bidders more time to focus on handling the Covid-19 outbreak, says MAS


Sea, another Temasek-linked company, joins digital bank licence bid

Sea Limited, which started as an online gaming company, is going solo in its bid for a digital full bank license here in Singapore, targeting millennials and SMEs.The bid by the New York-listed company, marks the entry of yet another bidder which counts

Disruption and Digitalisation

Razer Fintech leads consortium including Sheng Siong's Lim brothers, FWD in bid for digital full bank licence

SINGAPORE (Jan 2): A consortium spearheaded by Razer Fintech, the financial technology arm of gaming hardware manufacturer Razer, has submitted its application for a digital full bank licence in Singapore.

Global Markets


Singapore (Oct 7): “Officially Tuas is designed to handle 65 million TEUs (20-foot equivalent units), but I am sure PSA can squeeze a little more out of it if we work hard.” – Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, at the groundbreaking of the Tuas Megapor


UOB's digital bank sees high acquisition cost as total expenses head up

SINGAPORE (Aug 2): IT-related expenses, among other things, have contributed to higher total expenses incurred by United Overseas Bank (UOB) in the 2Q19 and 1H19 ended June 30.