China’s QStrategy opens Singapore office

The A.I.-based quant investment advisor, with new shareholder HYJF, is expanding into Southeast Asia.

Blue Pool arming London investors with A-share ammo

The Hong Kong-based fintech, which combines A.I. with capital-markets expertise, says China’s entry to MSCI’s index creates an opportunity for alpha-seekers.

FinEX taking U.S. consumer loans to retail

The company is extending its lending marketplace to retail while adding money-lending to the mix.

JIAM rolls out Japanese welcome mat to asset-mgmt fintech

JIAM, a consortium supported by the Tokyo governor, wants global asset-management B2B fintechs to consider doing business in Japan.

Acorns planting seeds in Southeast Asia

DigFin reported Australian micro-investment app Acorns planned to go up the value chain. It turns out it has additional plans.

Mesitis targeting four banks beyond Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse was to be the first user of Mesitis’s Canopy product, so what’s next?

AXA I.M. wants A.I. to help it see clients’ big picture

Instead of sales people getting caught up in the gears of short-term activity, A.I. can help them understand clients better.

Australian broker App Securities launches Ignition Wealth’s robo

AIMS Financial told DigFin it would introduce robo, and now it has.

Aviva, and other old insurance names in new digital bottles

Insurance was at the fore yesterday at Hong Kong FinTech Week, as Aviva described its digital renaissance and other incumbents remain feeling for the fintech means hiring, not firing!

Q&A with Dean Chisholm: “If anyone’s solved it, it’s a miracle”

Dean Chisholm, Invesco’s Hong Kong-based Asia COO, discusses data, A.I. and robo advisory.

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Velotrade seeks SME invoices to add to factoring platform

The Hong Kong-based company is taking steps to grow its electronic network for buying and selling invoices.

Crossbridge’s new version targets Southeast Asian markets

Crossbridge Capital is going to launch a new version of their robo-advisory service, Connect 3.0.

Capital Match moves in on H.K. invoices

Capital Match says it will open doors in Hong Kong in January 2018.
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