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Fintech in Emerging ASEAN: Trends and Prospects

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Growth of emerging ASEAN, chiefly Indonesia & Philippines, is underpinned by improving demographic dividend and rapid urbanization. ASEAN banks benefit from adequate capital buffers and manageable asset quality concerns. ASEAN banks profitability trends are stabilizing post contraction over the past three years.

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Financial Regulation Outlook. Third Quarter 2017

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Reflection on the future of the Economic and Monetary Union. Reviewing the G-SIBs framework. Improving the supervisory regime. Assessment of the regulatory framework. CMU mid-term revision. US Treasury report. Fostering financial innovation and Resolution: At the moment of truth.

Geographies:Global

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U.S. | Weekly podcast: fintech and housing

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Weekly economic update focusing on the major economic indicators to be released the week of April 17, 2017. Special topic: fintech for boomers

Geographies:USA

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U.S. | Fintech for Boomers: Follow the money

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Baby Boomers present greatest mobile banking growth, spending power, and asset ownership in the short-to-medium term. Given inefficiencies of Social Security program and high debt, retirement planning technology is attractive to Boomers. Companies offering prevention of elder financial abuse will benefit from greater customer trust.

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Digital Economy Outlook. February 2016

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In this issue we focus on: RegTech, the new magic word in FinTech; Focus on innovation in Australian banks’ DNA; Remote opening of financial products in Latin America; Big Data management and use in the financial services industry; and Financial services trends for 2016

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Neobanks: rethinking financial services

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The creation of neologisms is one of the consequences of the digital transformation, given the need to refer to the new concepts and structures arising as the fruit of innovation. The financial services sector is no stranger to this trend. One of the latest additions is that of the "neobanks" - but what are they and what do they offer that traditional banking does not?

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