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2017-06-07

Banking News This Week – Jun 7

The top 5 banking news stories in emerging markets this week.
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1 – Asia to be at the forefront of demand for app-banking
Financial inclusion remains low across most of Asia. However, it is predicted that placing onus on the financial-technology sector to enhance inclusion will boost growth further still, by between 9% and 14%, in locations such as the Philippines and Indonesia, and as much as 32% in Cambodia. >>

2 – PH, Indonesia start talks for entry of qualified Asean banks
The central banks of the Philippines and Indonesia have started discussions to allow the entry of qualified Asean banks (QABs) in each other’s jurisdictions. >>

3 – Japanese banks expand investments in Vietnam
Some Japanese banks already operating in Vietnam have revealed their plans to expand investments, while others hope to make inroads into the market, according to Dau Tu (Investment) newspaper. >>

4 – Mobile money flourishing in Myanmar
Mobile phone operators see an opening. They already have sales networks across the country and are now tapping into the mobile money market, which previously was led by startups. >>

5 – The cheapest entry-level bank accounts in South Africa
All of South Africa’s retail banks have made significant changes to their fee structures to help make basic banking more accessible to South Africans. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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