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Fighting Fraud with Strong Social Trust

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2023.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.162

Fraud has become a major challenge to Taiwanese finance and society, undermining trust in the system and undermining economic stability. Poor victims .. more

Taishin Director of Sustainability Masson Li: Sustainability has become part of Taishin's DNA

By Chen Wei-an / 2023.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.160

"EPS and ESG are two legs. You can't have one long and one short, otherwise you won't be able to run!” Masson Li, who has just taken over as Tai.. more

How to control AI, and not be controlled by it

By Win Way Ngo and Chang Chung Hsia / 2023.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.160

Ever since the Dartmouth Workshop in 1956, artificial intelligence has received widespread attention and research. Over the past 60 years, there have .. more

CPTPP and DEPA point to a future of digital trade

By Shen Jung-Chin / 2023.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.161

On March 31, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced that the nation had reached an agreement with members of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreem.. more

Regional banks provide a window into Japan's aging demographics, monetary policy

By David Stinson / 2023.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.161

With the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank, the risks of a tightening Fed cycle are on the minds of investors around the world... more

A revolution in HR strategy for banking

Liao He-Ming / 2023.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.161

Personnel are the foundation of the financial sector. The lifestyles and values of Gen Z employees diverge from previous generations. As a result, ban.. more

Chatting about the future of ChatGPT

By Zhang Kai-jun / 2023.04 The Taiwan Banker NO.160

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) capable of conversing with users, thanks to its natural language processing capabilities. Like a bolt from .. more

Attracting and retaining Gen Z talent requires an organizational culture strategy

By Ingrid Chang / 2023.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.161

A job in the banking industry used to be considered a “golden ticket.” Do young people still think this is the case? According to research.. more

The reform of financial regulation in China as a response to a potential crisis

By Alicia Garcia Herrero / 2023.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.161

A series of relevant changes also have taken place in the Chinese state apparatus. The most significant of these institutional changes may be the crea.. more

The challenges and perspective of the G-7 economies in 2023

Paul Chiou and Wei-Ting Chang / 2023.05 The Taiwan Banker NO.161

Developed economies continue to play a critical role in the global economy although some emerging markets present astonishing opportunities for invest.. more