17 August 2022
In this week’s newsletter, we find out what’s driving the success of sustainability initiatives among banks in APAC and also learn of the seemingly bright future in store for GoTo in the region. We also take a look at the growing popularity of the cloud among payments providers and the risks and rewards that come with adopting a multi-acquirer model for merchants. Celent provides a useful tool for assessing customer identity management practices and we consider cybersecurity trends in insurance. Finally, four fintechs that focus on securities processing for digital assets are assessed.
IDC: Sustainability success for banks in APAC
Sustainability is becoming a big focus for banks across the globe. This report explores how banks in the Asia Pacific region have achieved net-zero commitments and introduced green loans to meet sustainability goals.
Kapronasia: GoTo’s super app fintech success
With its investment in Bank Jago and a significant proportion of the Southeast Asian population still unbanked, tech giant GoTo is poised to develop a robust fintech offering in the region.
IDC: Key trends in the cyberinsurance market
The cyberinsurance market is rapidly growing as more companies invest in cybersecurity and digital transformation. With premiums expected to increase in 2023, IDC maps out where the industry is headed.
Celent: The cloud gains popularity for payments
This report explores the shift to the cloud for payments providers and why they should look beyond costs when choosing a vendor.
Aite-Novarica: Multi-acquirer models for merchant payments
Merchants are always looking for ways to optimise payment acceptance, and there is an array of different acquiring options to choose from. This report considers the benefits and shortcomings of a multi-acquirer model.
Celent: Assess your customer identity management practices
Banks around the world are at different levels when it comes to managing customer identities. Celent has developed a tool that banks can use to evaluate their efforts against the industry’s best practices.
Aite-Novarica: Q1 focus on fintechs in capital markets
The Q1 edition of the Aite-Novarica Capital Markets Spotlight looks at four vendors that focus on securities processing for digital assets: InvestX, KALYP Technologies, One Creation, and Point Focal.
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