When Robos Go Bad

Tom Baker, professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, says robo advisors are not immune from conflicts of interest.


CreditEase Wealth Management Expanded in Singapore

The new office opening was hosted by CreditEase Founder and CEO Ning Tang, CreditEase senior executives, distinguished guests from Blackstone, KKR and Tishman Speyers and other strategic partners.


Digital with a human touch

This person, being accustomed to how quickly we can access information in today’s world, also expects to access the information immediately without logging into various systems


Cash Is Dead, Long Live Cash

The march toward a cashless society, it seems, is unstoppable. Young people especially, as well as the better off and better educated, are increasingly at ease paying by card or mobile phone.


Banking On Wealth Tech

Several banks and global wealth management firms have made co-investments in wealth tech.


Rise of the technophobe - education key to tech adoption, says HSBC

The HSBC research report, Trust in Technology, shows that technologies such as fingerprint recognition, voice recognition and robo-advice hold enormous potential for uses from bank security to mobile payments and investment advice, yet millions of people