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The entrepreneurial dream is a lucrative one—for the businesses that cater to wantrepreneurs, that is. The fact is, despite the popularity of startup publications, very few people actually ever follow through on side gigs, let alone found their own startup....
FUCO&SOLUTION provides strong business document solutions to banks in Greater China to help evolve their customer services for the digital world. The company specializes in assisting financial institutions in customer communication and account management.
We’ve designed GainX for our customers and ourselves – in order to successfully compete in the market and to be ahead of the change”
ZorroSign is the developer of the ZorroSign unified platform, a complete Digital Transaction Management (DTM) solution. ZorroSign streamlines and automates end-to-end transactions involving signatures.​
After much debate, Europe’s new securitisation regulatory framework will come into effect fully on January 1 2019. In particular, the new framework aims to promote the issuance of simple, transparent and standardised securitisations that are easy to evaluate and monitor by investors and regulators alike.
Here are three simple steps to address the widespread misconduct revealed in the interim report of the banking royal commission, arising out of research by Associate Professor Jeannie Paterson. While not exhaustive, they are good places to start:​
APIs will revolutionise the efficiency and speed at which payments are made by giving FinTechs easier and cleaner access to user accounts, with real-time updates and the ability to process transactions.
Open banking will enable financial institutions to launch easy, fast and innovative global payment methods. It aims to boost competition in payment methods, which has been in need of a modernisation in the digital era.
Fintech firms, which are essentially disruptive digital finance models, can help lower barriers to entry in financial services. They are also reducing transaction costs, addressing issues of information asymmetry, empowering consumers and facilitating international linkages. All these contribute to the regulatory goals of efficiency and fairness.
In 2016-17, Afterpay generated about A$23 million in fees from retailers and another A$6.1 million in late fees. It wrote off only A$3.3 million in bad debt.​