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With Britain Done, Can Revolut Convince Asians to Try Neo-Banks?

Founded in 2015, Revolut is one of Britain’s fastest-growing fintech players, now valued at US$1.7 billion, serving its Apple-levels cult following of 2.8 million users across 28 markets in Europe. Revolut claim to fame is a payments card that offers

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Revolut Enlists London-Based Regtech for Help in Complying With MAS’ Regulations

Revolut, a digital-only bank from the UK, announced that it has signed an agreement with ClauseMatch. Following a trial period, Revolut is adopting the regulatory technology also from London to streamline management of internal policies, controls and regulatory compliance—including the bank’s upcoming launch

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These Are The 13 Fintech Companies to Watch in Singapore in 2019

2019 is right around the corner, which means we are near the end of an eventful year of fintech in Singapore. The Singapore Fintech Festival was probably the biggest one here yet, and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has

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Revolut Secured Singaporean Licensing — Slated to Launch in 2019

Revolut, a London-based neo bank involved in remittance was just granted a license for operations in Singapore and Japan. The company has therefore confirmed that they are in the final stages of testing for launch in Asia Pacific in Q1

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8 Influential Singaporean Fintech Companies Hiring in October

It has been an up and down journey, but right now Singapore might be one of the best places to get a job in fintech. Known as one of Southeast Asia’s fintech hubs, we have quite a plethora of not

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12 Essential Fintech Tools For Expats and Travellers Heading To Singapore

There have already been think pieces about how fintech could help boost tourism by reducing cash dependence, and increasing security and ease of use. Many tourists to China, for example, seem to be awed by the prevalent use of e-wallets

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Revolut to Launch in Singapore

Revolut, a London-headquartered neo-bank, is about to launch in Singapore as the company started letting users join the waiting list to get early access. Revolut, which currently serves some 800,000 customers across Europe, announced plans to expand to the US,

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