Gautam Jain, Global Head, Digitisation & Client Access, Transaction banking, Standard Chartered, speaks about how the role of fintech is continuously evolving, and how blockchain can change the industry.
Standard Chartered is driving its digital agenda into new territory, buddying up to Uber and offering customers up to 25% cashback on in-app credit card bookings with the taxi hailing service across six markets.
Standard Chartered has announced the completion of the first real-time cross-border payment for businesses with another major correspondent bank in the Bank’s latest step to leverage distributed ledger technology for its clients as part of the recently launched ‘Banking the ecosystem’ strategy.
Standard Chartered Bank is rolling out fingerprint and voice ID technology across Asia, Africa and the Middle east, reaching a potential pool of five million customers.
UK bank Standard Chartered is planning to roll out its video banking service to more than five million users across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Standard Chartered is to invest $30 million into its Malaysian technology and operations centre, raising its IT spend in the country over the next year by 50%.
Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the software specialist for banking and finance, today announces that the firm's WealthSuite integrated wealth management solution has been selected by Standard Chartered Bank (LSE: STAN.L), a leading international banking group, for deployment in more than 30 markets.
Standard Chartered explores whether blockchain technology could have a material role or impact on the European Central Bank’s (ECB) Target2Securities (T2S) project.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued a consultation paper proposing a regulatory sandbox for fintech startups and pilot schemes.
Standard Chartered is rolling out a new mobile and online banking service to serve one million clients across eight African markets as part of a three-year $1.5 billion commitment to a digital future.
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