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Cross-Border Payments Provider CurrencyFair to Merge with Assembly Payments after Standard Chartered Investment

CurrencyFair, a cross-border payments solution provider, and Assembly Payments, whose platform aims to fully automate complex payment workflows, recently revealed that they’ve merged operations as part of a strategic investment from Standard Chartered (which is subject to shareholder approval and regulatory clearance). As noted by… Read More

Standard Charter’s Virtual Bank Mox Update: Now Has 80,000 Customers & Over 1.5 Million Transactions Been Made With Mox Card

Mox, Standard Chartered virtual bang that is based in Hong Kong, announced on Monday its latest progress update. The virtual bank launched in September 2020 and as previously reported, it was created in partnership with PCCW, HKT, and Trip.com “With Mox, opening an account is… Read More

New Digital Banking Services to be Offered by Standard Chartered and Indonesia’s Bukalapak via the Nexus Platform

Standard Chartered has teamed up with Indonesia’s Bukalapak in order to offer digital banking services which will be hosted via the Nexus platform, an established Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) solution by SC Ventures. Standard Chartered and Bukalapak will be working closely so that they can provide innovation… Read More

Standard Chartered’s SC Ventures Makes Strategic Investment in OpenFin

OpenFin, the operating system (OS) of finance, announced on Wednesday it secured a strategic investment from SC Ventures, the innovation, fintech investment and ventures arm of international banking group, Standard Chartered. According to OpenFin, the investment’s funds will accelerate new product development and brings OpenFin’s… Read More

Standard Chartered’s SC Ventures Collaborates With Northern Trust to Launch Cryptocurrency Custodian for Institutional Investors “Zodia”

SC Ventures, the innovation and ventures unit of Standard Chartered, announced on Wednesday it has teamed up with Northern Trust, a provider of asset servicing, to launch Zodia Custody, an institutional-grade custody solution for cryptocurrencies. According to the duo, Zodia is designed to enable institutions… Read More

Standard Chartered to Offer Flexible Working Arrangements, Allowing Employees to Work from Home and the Office

Standard Chartered (LON:STAN), a UK-based multinational banking and financial services company with over $720 billion in assets, has decided to adopt a hybrid approach to working where it will allow its employees to perform their duties from home and they can also complete tasks from… Read More

Singapore’s DBS and Standard Chartered are Leading a DLT based Digital Trade Finance Registry Project

Singapore based DBS Bank Ltd, (SGX: D05), a multinational banking and financial services corporation with over $330 billion in assets, and Standard Chartered, a major British financial services provider, are reportedly leading a workgroup of 12 other banks that are helping to develop a proof-of-concept… Read More

Standard Charted Forms New Partnership With Beauty & Personal Care E-Commerce Platform Sociolla

Standard Chartered Bank announced on Thursday it has formed a partnership with Sociolla through nexus, the bank’s “Banking as a Service” solution. Standard Chartered revealed that in line with its vision to enable convenient access to financial services for tech-savvy consumers across its market, this… Read More

Standard Chartered Launches Virtual Bank “Mox” in Hong Kong

  UK banking group Standard Chartered Bank announced on Tuesday it has officially launched its virtual bank “Mox” in Hong Kong. According to Standard Chartered, Mox was created in partnership with PCCW, HKT, and Trip.com, which provides its suite of retail banking services entirely digitally… Read More

Digital Banking: Standard Chartered Reportedly Plans to Launch its Second Virtual Bank in Singapore

Standard Chartered Plc, a British multinational banking and financial services company with over $700 billion in total assets, is reportedly getting ready to introduce its second all-digital bank in Asian markets. Standard Chartered will be partnering up with a division of Singapore’s largest labor union,… Read More

Standard Chartered Announces Three-Year Strategic Partnership With Microsoft to Become Cloud-First Bank

Standard Chartered Bank announced on Monday it has formed a three-year strategic partnership with Microsoft to accelerate its plans to become a cloud-first bank. Standard Chartered reported that the partnership makes a significant milestone for its virtual banking, next-generation payments, open banking, and banking-as-a-service efforts…. Read More

Truera, a Firm that Offers Fintech Sector’s First Model Intelligence Solution, to Address Black Box Problem in Machine Learning

Truera, a company that provides the Fintech industry’s first Model Intelligence platform, has reportedly emerged from stealth to officially launch its tech solution that aims to remove the “black box” surrounding machine learning (ML) and offers intelligence and “actionable” insights during the ML model lifecycle…. Read More

Digital Asset Infrastructure Firm Metaco Raises $17 Million Series A

METACO, a provider of digital asset infrastructure for financial institutions, has raised $17 million in a Series A round. In a release, the Switzerland based Fintech said the round was oversubscribed, with demand over double the initial target. METACO said their captured continued support from… Read More

Standard Chartered Announces New Collaboration With Universities Space Research Association on Quantum Computing

Standard Chartered Bank announced on Monday it and Universities Space Research Association (USRA) have signed a Collaborative Research Agreement to partner on quantum computing research and developing quantum computing applications. Standard Chartered reported that its team, led by Dr. Alexei Kondratyev, Global Head of Data… Read More

Standard Chartered Joins International Banking Network IBOS

Standard Chartered, a UK-based multinational banking and financial services company with $688 billion in assets, announced on Wednesday it has joined the IBOS Association (IBOS), an international banking network.  According to Standard Chartered, the IBOS members collaborate to serve each other’s international clients in markets… Read More

Standard Chartered Completes First Impact-Focused Subscription Finance Facility

  Standard Chartered, a UK-based multinational banking and financial services company with $688 billion in assets, announced earlier this week it completed its first-ever sustainable use of proceeds subscription finance facility. According to Standard Chartered, funds will be drawn by the manager and will be… Read More

Standard Chartered’s Sustainable Deposit Product Surpasses $2 Billion Mark

Standard Chartered, a UK-based multinational banking and financial services company with $688 billion in assets, recently announced its sustainable deposit product has surpassed the $2 billion mark. The milestone also includes a significant deposit from the French integrated electricity company, EDF. Standard Chartered claims that… Read More

Standard Chartered Bank’s India Division Launches All-Digital Financial Services During COVID-19 Crisis

Standard Chartered Bank has introduced a wide range of self-service requests for customers based in India. The new services will be available via the Standard Chartered Mobile app and through the institution’s online banking portal. Standard Chartered bank’s customers in India will now be able… Read More

Digital Banking: Standard Chartered-backed Neobank Mox Opens App to Selected Customers in Hong Kong

Standard Chartered, a British multinational banking and financial services company with over $700 billion in total assets, has confirmed that its new Hong Kong-based digital bank Mox is opening its app and platform to a select group of external clients, following its brand name and… Read More

COVID-19 Financial Relief: Standard Chartered to Provide $1 Billion in Capital to Companies Fighting Coronavirus

London-based Standard Chartered, a British multinational banking and financial services company with over $700 billion in total assets, has reportedly committed $1 billion in capital to companies that are helping to address the economic challenges due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). There are now many companies… Read More

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