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Amid the cut-and-thrust of international banking, it’s hard to set a truly global benchmark for the world’s biggest banks. With the sheer diversity of local markets, it’s not always possible to compare apples with apples. By one’s region’s standards - say, the well established Western Europe bankin ...

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Southeast Asia is a diverse and culturally rich collection of nations, each at differing stages of economic development and each posing unique complexities in the banking sector. The region also holds enormous economic potential: Southeast Asia is one of the most rapidly developing regions in the wo ...

In the last few years, a wave of change has swept through the Middle East’s traditionally conservative banking sector. Bumper oil revenues had kept the region’s economies afloat, and substantial public investment by governments brimful with cash had transformed nations like Saudi Arabia and the UAE ...

Digital transformation has never been more of a hot topic. 79% of North American banking leaders believe their bank’s existence will be threatened if they don’t innovate faster. However, “digital transformation” is also a loaded phrase: it can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different peo ...

No industry is safe from the fast march of digital progress, and the banking sector is no different. In Europe alone, well over a thousand fintech companies have launched in the last decade and, as of 2016 according to Accenture, these same fintechs make up almost 7% of the industry's overall annual ...

There are forces at work aiming to reshape the banking sector, and retail banks need to choose whether they want to brace for impact or lead the charge. With 2018 winding to close and retail banking in a state of perpetual change, everyone's eyes are currently in 2019. According to Roberto Ferrari, ...

Whilst APAC presents a potentially lucrative market for businesses and investors when it comes to debt collections, unfamiliarity with local legal systems and taxation – not to mention some antiquated collections practices – has led to some serious challenges. As a result, debt collection in the reg ...

It’s difficult to talk about the APAC region as a whole - it includes industrial giants like China, global financial centres like Hong Kong, and burdened economies struggling to handle their debt-to-GDP ratio. That said: three specific factors recur as concerns for debt collectors across the region: ...

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