Asia At The Forefront of Digital Growth

Asia At The Forefront of Digital Growth

COVID-19 has made it clear that digitalisation is imperative for organisations to survive and thrive. As the pandemic accelerates global adoption of digital supply chain solutions, Asia is emerging as a catalyst for digital transformation and a beneficiary of economic growth, says Mark Troutman, Group Head of Sales, Global Transaction Services, at DBS Bank.

Digital By Design

Digital By Design

Digitizing more than 80% of its retail banking services proved a timely strategic move for Sberbank, Russia's largest bank. During the pandemic, customers could access most banking services while socially distancing and the bank launched new services quickly that helped customers facing financial hardship and uncertainty.

High Employee Engagement and Shareholding Rate — What Is E.SUN's Secret?

High Employee Engagement and Shareholding Rate — What Is E.SUN's Secret?

E.SUN FHC is unique in the banking industry. With no affiliation with family nor government agency, E.SUN is a banker’s bank - a bank that is owned by employees, and managed for customers. All employees can sing the corporate anthem by heart, and almost every employee owns shares of the company. These practices might seem unconventional, but they represent the spirits of a sustainable succession system that makes E.SUN built to last.

Managing Liquidity in a Crisis

Managing Liquidity in a Crisis

‘Stay at home. Stay safe’.

These are perhaps the words that will characterise 2020, a year dominated by the global Covid-19 pandemic. Businesses are dealing with major disruption to their supply chains, and domestic and cross-border trade remains severely impacted by extraordinary skews in demands and government-imposed ‘stay home’ regulations in countries around the world.

Florida – The New Home of Fintech

Florida – The New Home of Fintech

Most of the nation’s leading financial firms have established large operations in Florida to take advantage of the state’s global connectivity, experienced workforce and growing market. In fact, the Sunshine State is home to more than 120 commercial banks withnearly $195 billion in assets, in addition to 18 international banks with U.S. headquarters in Florida.