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Taiwan Is Looking Like an Island of Stability

By David Stinson / 2019.12 The Taiwan Banker NO.120

Freedom or fortune? This is how Beijing has consistently framed the choice facing Hong Kong. If the unrest in the second half of this year has prompte.. more

Not So Fast, Please: Financial Exclusion In The Digital Age

By Olga Rakhmanina / 2019.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.119

Recent advancements in technology and digital innovation promise to make our financial lives easier as we make payments with a tap of our bank card an.. more

Taiwan's Financial Industry Should Be Confident on the World Stage

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2019.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.119

Within a few short years Taiwan has moved from failing 16 items of the Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG), into the “general tracking.. more

Hong Kong's star will gradually fade

By Matthew Fulco / 2019.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.119

Not so long ago, Hong Kong's position as a global financial center seemed unassailable. Fears that Shanghai would overtake the former British colony h.. more

Countries Around the World Aim to Professionalize Corporate Management

By David Stinson / 2019.11 The Taiwan Banker NO.119

In international headlines on the ongoing saga of Carlos Ghson, former Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, Japan’s ̶.. more

Differentiated Regulation for Better Financial Stability

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2019.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.118

In the aftermath of the Jiji earthquake 20 years ago, Taiwan started modernizing its disaster recovery system in preparation for the next major catast.. more

Changing to Survive: How to Stay Relevant in the Digital Age

By Olga Rakhmanina / 2019.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.118

The global banking industry is being swept by a technological revolution urging incumbent operators to reconsider their strategies and business models.. more

RegTech, not Blockchain, is the Path Forward for Payments

By David Stinson / 2019.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.118

International remittances are not a point of pride for the banking industry. With the internet and liquid foreign exchange markets, it should be possi.. more

The gloves will stay off, even if the Sino-U.S. trade war ends

By Matthew Fulco / 2019.10 The Taiwan Banker NO.118

There is a method to U.S. President Donald Trump's trade war madness. Trump believes that the pain wrought by tariffs on the Chinese economy can force.. more

A Fault Tolerant Culture is Needed to Support Fintech Development

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2019.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.117

For a long period, Taiwan’s fintech segment has been held back by over-regulation, insufficient investment, and a lack of talent. The government.. more