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iFAST aiming for Malaysia digital bank licence, $100 bil AUA goal 'not a big number': Lim - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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iFAST aiming for Malaysia digital bank licence, $100 bil AUA goal 'not a big number': Lim

“To get to $100 billion by 2028, I don’t think it sounds too far-fetched if you look at the size of the market for this business."
AMTD, Razer, iFast miss out on digital bank licence applications, announce plans moving forward - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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AMTD, Razer, iFast miss out on digital bank licence applications, announce plans moving forward

All three companies said that they will remain committed to rolling out their initiatives in digital finance respectively.

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Singapore to stick to plans of awarding digital banking licences by end 2020 amid tightening scrutiny in China and US

The decision on awarding these licenses are “strictly merit-based", says MAS chief Ravi Menon.

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Singapore's next stage as a fintech hub; download your free pullout here

SINGAPORE (Nov 11): The Edge Singapore is honoured to be the official media partner of the Singapore FinTech Festival for the third consecutive year. SFF2018 was already the world’s largest fintech festival; SFFxSWITCH 2019 (Singapore Week of Innovatio

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Hong Leong Finance seeks virtual bank licence

(Sept 13): Singapore’s Hong Leong Finance sees the country’s plan to issue virtual banking licences as an opportunity to find new customers and re-invent itself as a tech-savvy lender to the nation’s new businesses.

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Ping An unit mulls Singapore digital bank licence application

(Sept 6): Ping An Insurance (Group) Co’s financial technology unit is considering an application for one of Singapore’s new digital banking licences, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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