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Eswatini: Taiwan “far down the line” in financial development

By David Stinson / 2024.00 The Taiwan Banker NO.175

Under the New Southbound Policy, Taiwanese manufacturers and banks have been actively pursuing business in Southeast Asia. Taiwan’s deepest bila.. more

It's
It's not too late for the financial industry to plan for the grey rhino

By Zheng Han / 2024.00 The Taiwan Banker NO.175

Back in “the good old days,” United States assisted China in joining the World Trade Organization (WTO), hoping to tame the sleeping giant.. more

Taiwanese
Taiwanese banks have multiple paths to participate in ADB financing

By Hou Hsu-juan / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

The Taiwanese financial sector is generally familiar with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), of which Taiwan is not yet a member, which could be c.. more

Power
Power to the people: how digitalization is impacting card strategies, vendors, and the customer experience

By Fergus Clark / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

As technology continues to evolve, digital transformation also requires continual evolution and embedding of a bank’s digital implementation str.. more

Inclusive
Inclusive Access is not the Same as Financial Inclusion

By Bryan Fu / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

Financial inclusion is one of President Lai's major policy proposals, turning the sector into a force for social stability. The Financial Supervisory .. more

Global
Global Regulators Turn to AI for Myriad Tasks

By Liao He-ming / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

AI has already benefitted the public directly with a variety of consumer-side applications, but behind the scenes, its rise has also led to a revoluti.. more

Chinese
Chinese money laundering goes analog

By David Stinson / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

Over the past few years, the anti-fraud community has learned the term shazhupan, in which scammers hide behind the anonymity of digital communication.. more

Seeing
Seeing the light of green finance in the Arabian desert

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

“The wind reshapes the dunes, but the desert is permanent.” These are the words of a Bedouin girl to a shepherd boy, encouraging him to pu.. more

Looking
Looking forward to a reshaped financial sector

By Zheng Han / 2024.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.174

June will mark a new beginning for the entire financial industry. On the one hand, President William Lai was officially sworn in as the 16th Preside.. more

The
The UK leads the way on anti-greenwashing regulation

By Peng Sheng-pen / 2024.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.173

As ESG investing has been mainstreamed, and corporate board agendas have increasingly considered related issues, identifying and preventing ‘gre.. more