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2015-01-21

Banking News This Week – Jan 21

The top 5 banking news stories in emerging markets this week.
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1 – How One Woman Is Changing Business Lending In Africa
A vast majority — 85% — of micro through medium size enterprises in emerging markets suffer from a lack of access to credit, according to the International Finance Corporation and McKinsey. >>

2 – KTB keen on expansion of GMS business
State-owned Krungthai Bank (KTB), the country’s largest bank by assets, is placing importance on payments, product development and partnership in its drive towards inclusive business development in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). >>

3 – China Boots Up an Internet Banking Industry
Cyberspace borrowing is coming of age thanks to financial reforms and the arrival of online-only WeBank and ZBIC. >>

4 – Mobile Banking Market In Sub-Saharan Africa Could Be Worth $1.3B In Four Years
The mobile money market in sub-Saharan Africa was worth $655.8 million last year and could be worth as much as $1.3 billion by 2019. >>

5 – Zimbabwe: Forget the Bank Branch, Go Digital
The new model for banking allow clients to conduct the transactions of their choice through the channel of their choice any time, any place and on any mobile device. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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