The ETDA launched a project to enhance Thai citizens’ awareness of online issues, aiming to upgrade skills and create informed consumers for secure online transactions, emphasising the importance of digital safety and managing online threats.
STRI has deployed Federated Learning to enhance SME finance access in Hong Kong, streamlining processes and supporting economic growth and inclusion initiatives within the region’s financial sector.
Vietnam’s Commercial banks are promoting cashless transactions before Tet through innovative initiatives, reflecting a broader trend towards digitalisation in the nation’s financial landscape.
The U.S. has marked a collaboration involving experts from academia, industry, and government, addressing challenges in optimisation, machine learning, and stochastic modelling, aiming to redefine the financial landscape and providing new possibilities as the sector navigates increasing complexity and data-driven challenges.
Vietnam is undergoing a financial transformation and the integration of banking services across sectors, mobile app versatility, and regulatory adaptations for non-cash payments, align with the government’s digital transformation directives.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas boosts financial inclusivity by integrating Non-Bank EMIs into PhilPaSS Plus, facilitating direct access for seamless, secure transactions; showcasing a commitment to diversify and safeguard the national payment system.
Beijing takes strides in financial innovation with a focus on technology, implementing strategies to integrate finance and tech; aligning with a vision to fortify economic development through a dynamic fusion of financial capabilities and technological advancements.
OASES and ITC join forces to drive Hong Kong’s Innovation and Technology (I&T) agenda, fostering a vibrant ecosystem by addressing funding, talent, and strategic enterprise concerns, aligning with the vision to position Hong Kong as a global I&T hub.
PhilSys’s digital IDs drive financial inclusion, evident in mobile wallet verifications, and contribute to Central Luzon’s robust economic growth, showcasing the profound impact of digital initiatives in the Philippines.
India’s monumental surge in digital transactions, rising from 20.7 billion to 134.6 billion in FY 2022-23, reflects a transformative journey fueled by innovative technology and collaborative efforts, promising a more inclusive, secure, and accessible financial landscape.