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Regulatory Innovation Advances in the Face of COVID-19

While COVID-19 may have wreaked havoc across financial services, according to a recent report the pandemic has driven the urgency to prioritize and actively deploy fintech initiatives by regulators.

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ICICI Bank Launches First Mobile Banking App

ICICI Bank announced that it has transformed its state-of-the-art mobile banking app, iMobile, into an app that offers payments and banking services to customers of any bank.

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Knowledge Officer Partners With GIZ to Launch Fintech Academy in Egypt

The initiative aligns with the Knowledge Officer’s mission to empower the fintech ecosystem with education.

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Finastra Brings Financial Inclusion to Developing Markets in APAC

Finastra has announced plans around a range of initiatives which will enable its customers to accelerate through change, as well as creating positive outcomes for millions of people around the world.

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Saudi Arabian Savings App Hakbah Forms Partnership With Visa

The solution offers customers a convenient and simple method for Savings Groups’ habit.

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United Nations Federal Credit Union Partners With Thunes for Mobile Money Transfers

The collaboration enables UNFCU members to transfer money to mobile wallets in select countries in local currencies.

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Visa and TerraPay Partner to Drive Domestic Remittances

TerraPay and Visa have today announced a strategic partnership that aims to develop and deliver payment solutions to drive financial inclusion and cashless transactions for domestic payments in Kenya and global remittances to Kenya.

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Singapore: MAS to Host $1.25 Million COVID-19 and Green Finance Challenge

The global fintech challenge aims to offer solutions that can help financial institutions grapple with the existential threats posed by COVID-19 and climate change.

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Which Fintech Sectors Will Emerge Fighting Fit From the Current COVID-19 Crisis?

While the current pandemic induced crisis is yet to reach its peak, and is leaving a trail of personal and economic destruction, a new landscape should be expected  to emerge when the dust settles.