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City state opens its financial sector to Asia’s biggest technology companies
Finding a new earnings stream via e-banking is no easy ride
Ride-hailing start-up partners with telco Singtel to apply for virtual bank licence
Eight new virtual groups are set to join the territory’s crowded market
As technology is becoming ever more intertwined with society, questions are being raised over its growing influence. In this report, we look at the impact of Facebook creating an oversight board; how tech is blurring the lines for healthcare providers; the rise of e-government; and religion’s unexpected embrace of apps
Digital bank steps up expansion despite complex regulatory rules
Established lender spends £100m developing response to rapid growth of challengers
If you fall for a scam, who is to blame — you or your bank?
Chinese companies stuck in testing mode after winning licences to enter market
Smart speakers don’t yet have the skills to
“Why did the fiancial [sic] times let her write for them? She seems hopeless with money”.
New features could include in-app marketplace and automated savings top-ups
Your iPhone can turn you into a criminal, it turns out.
Sunil Chandra, an ex-Google executive, will lead technology division at the UK start-up
Fintech scene ‘not winner takes all, but winner takes most’
Monetary Authority chief says city state’s ‘cutting edge’ law balances regulation and innovation
Big banks defend lucrative customer relationships from Silicon Valley and overseas platforms
Assailed by Apple Card and Revolut, traditional lenders risk having their Kodak moment
UK online bank steps up efforts to become profitable and challenge high street lenders
Fundraising push comes as sector upstarts court customers with widespread mobile presence
UK challenger bank discovers potential security flaw
UK challenger bank says it plans to step up spending on technology and hiring
UK digital lender has lost four key employees this year as it seeks to step up growth plans
Start-up’s software learns how customers use phone to flag suspect behaviour
Groups such as Monzo break away from traditional lending models to build sustainable revenues