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Japan's 100-year history of trusts provides rich reference for Taiwan

By Su Weihua (蘇偉華) / 2023.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.163

“With the advent of an aging society, the trust industry must consider the content of products and services based on the needs of elderly custom.. more

Chinese banks' profit suffering from shrinking net interest margin notwithstanding the reopening

By Alicia Garcia Herrero / 2023.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.162

The profitability of Chinese banks depends on both economic factors and government priorities. The latter has been decisive as policies tend to increa.. more

Connecting care with money will unleash the power of both

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2023.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.163

In March 2020, Living Platform Co., Ltd. was listed on the MOTHERS innovation board of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). Established in Sapporo, Hokkaid.. more

What's different about this round of de-dollarization chatter?

By David Stinson / 2023.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.162

Few countries want the responsibilities that come with being a superpower. These include the management of a global reserve currency, which requires a.. more

New cybersecurity strategy helps the US solve its middle power problem

By David Stinson / 2023.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.162

Does the information domain inherently favor offensive or defense? This is a complex question that integrates technology with economics, and even with.. more

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