FinTech Magazine
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FinTech Magazine

FinTech Magazine is an innovative content platform and community providing industry-leading insight, news, analysis and reports for digital and IT leaders in the world of finance as it undergoes a significant technology transformation. 

A digital media platform aimed at executives and business leaders, the FinTech brand encompasses a website which is regularly updated with the latest news and insights from the worlds of technology and finance, as well as a monthly magazine featuring interviews with experts in the fields on topics ranging from blockchain and mobile payments to cybersecurity and insurtech. 

As the industry continues to be disrupted by the advent of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, cashless payments and open banking, look no further than FinTech Magazine where we grill top-tier CTOs, CIOs and more about the digital transformation journeys of leading global businesses and find out how the experts are navigating this exciting new landscape. 

FinTech Magazine is powered by BizClikMedia, a dynamic and disruptive digital media company. Please send any inquiries or advertisement requests to info@fintechmagazine.com.

Andy Turner
Chief Operating Officer
Olivia Minnock
Editorial Director
Andrew Woods
Editorial Director

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Grow with Grab will help micro-entrepreneurs and SMEs scale in ASEAN

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Grab announced Grab with Grow, a platform to aid small businesses, at Money20/20 Asia.
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World’s fastest growing SME neo-bank announces Middle East expansion

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Open announced at Money20/20 Singapore it will expand to the Middle East to promote financial inclusion.
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Money20/20: Visa and EMQ announce deal for cross-border remittances

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Visa and EMQ will disrupt cross-border digital payments.
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IBM launches IBM Blockchain World Wire to support payments and foreign exchange

FinTech Magazine
IBM Blockchain World Wire has been launched to facilitate faster payments, cross-border transactions, and money movement within countries.