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How will Generative AI impact wealth management?
Generative AI has taken the world by storm in just a matter of months. As companies look to assess whether the technology could transform their operations, will wealth management become a natural home for it?
What web 3.0 means for the cross-border payment space
Web 3.0 could transform the way cross-border payments work, allowing money to be transferred more seamlessly.
3 payment trends in Asia-Pacific in 2023
The evolution of embedded and increased accessibility of B2B payments orchestration are two of the biggest trends Currencycloud sees in the Asia-Pacific region for 2023.
Currencycloud taps Vauban to offer customers global VC platform
Currencycloud has partnered with UK-based venture capital platform Vauban to enable it to be more accessible and aid global investors.
Windsor First taps Currencycloud to support cross-border payments offering
Money service operator Windsor First has tapped Currencycloud to launch a new multi-currency account solution to simplify payments processes.
Banking-as-a-service (BaaS) vs embedded finance
Banking-as-a-service (BaaS) and embedded finance have become two of the biggest buzzwords/solutions. However, there seems to be a confusion about how they differ from one another.
What are the most pressing issues for women in FinTech?
Whilst the FinTech sector is making leaps and bounds when it comes to improving diversity and inclusion, there are still a number of challenges for women in the industry.
What is the difference between onshore and offshore renminbi?
With China now being the worldâ€™s second largest economy, the renminbi has become a currency of great interest and value. What are the differences between onshore and offshore renminbi?
Currencycloud links with Quid Global to support entrepreneurs
Currencycloud has partnered with Quid Global, a single sign on digital ecosystem dedicated to SMEs.
How Gen Z and Millennials are reshaping payments in APAC
Compared to older generations, Millennials and Generation Z are digital-first generations and have grown up with technology. Amongst other things, this is reshaping the payments market.