Cambodia is a complicated country. The problem of corruption remains rife, with the country scoring 20 on the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). That’s 6 points above the notoriously corrupt North Korea. The government’s notoriety was cemented recently when Prime Minister ...

As of January this year, the UK was the most disrupted traditional banking market in the world, with 15% of revenue and over a third of new revenue going to new entrants. Traditional banks are obviously fighting back, releasing their own digital solutions. How did this come about? Both of the majo ...

The world of Southeast Asian banking is a digital arms race. This revolution is being driven by a bold fintech startup scene, ever-pervasive e-commerce platforms and the ease of digitalisation facilitated by cloud computing.  With transformational developments perpetually being driven by young and ...

China boasts perhaps one of the most interesting (and certainly one of the largest) economies on the planet. The world’s largest exporter has maintained steady growth over the last 25 years, and whilst that economy might have slowed recently (due in no small part to an escalating trade war with the ...

Yes, it’s actually happening. Facebook is throwing its sizeable 2.4 billion user-a-month hat into the cryptocurrency ring.  The news was once little more than a rumour, lent weight by Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting with Bank of England governor Mark Carney back in April. However, it’s now been confirmed ...

With digital transformation constantly and consistently changing the way banks operate, the need for speed has never been greater. If you’re not fast enough, by the time you've installed a new system you're already behind again. That’s where EXUS has the definitive edge. Our solutions can be deploy ...

Vietnamese society is changing shape rapidly. Generation Z now make up 25% of the country’s 15 million-strong workforce, and the figure is growing. But what does this mean for the country and its economy? This group has had access to technology and the internet since their early years - along with ...

For many years, the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council have followed an oil-based development model. The black stuff has been, as LSE economist Sophie Olver-Ellis put it, the "elixir of life" for many of the region's economies.

This has been particularly true for Kuwait. Oil has transformed this small nation on the Arabian Peninsula from a prosperous trading port into an oil-exporting powerhouse with a highly developed, albeit non-diverse, economy.

 

Macro-level challenges are causing micro-level problems as telecoms feel the effects of market trends—especially in Europe. European telecoms are making moves to consolidate, causing: Forced cuts to service charges by European regulators, dropping revenue streams 8.6%. Larger companies with new ...

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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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