The future of money is taking off in Asia. Disruptions that began with technological and business model innovations in other places are expressed in new ways in Asia. In banking, payments and retail, Asia is leading the wave of disruption. In each case, these changing
by Adrian Hausser, CEO PayX Group (Inc. building out Asia operation), Advisory Board Member and Investor 25 November 2019 There are a number of conferences – some are leaders and have been around years and some have evolved and grown in recent times – some
My journey in payments began nearly 20 years ago when I joined Citibank’s credit card business, continued through multiple startups (including an acquisition by Google, where I worked on the Wallet team), and most recently, Money20/20, which I helped grow from startup to world-leading event
Article by Tamara Backovic – Content Specialist at fortunly.com Since Bitcoin popped into our lives in 2009, cryptos have managed to climb the rungs of the financial world. In the relatively short amount of time they’ve been around, they have stirred up quite a storm.
Across Asia, digital payments are on the rise due to supportive government policies, evolving consumer behavior and the dizzying pace of technological innovation, payment service providers face enormous pressure from a wide range of competitors. Key stakeholders in the payment ecosystem, including banks, alternative payment
By Adrian Hausser – CEO, PayX Group Banks are now turning en mass to full on engagements to partnering with fintechs – big question is which fintechs? Open banking/PSD2 was described on stage by one related association as “a fiasco”! Exhibitor floor seemed to have
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Article by Jovan Milenkovic Cryptocurrencies are fast becoming one important facet of transactions globally. Amassing quite a significant number of supporters despite its ecosystem still being in a developmental stage shows that they have a good chance of cementing their position in the global economy.
Tracey Davies, President of Money20/20, and founder of the Rise Up initiative, outlines the five ways the program empowers women at work as the initiative comes to Singapore. I have always been a hopeful optimist about the trajectory of women, but as the number of
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