• Payments in Asia: Who is Winning the Race to Cashless

    Payments in Asia: Who is Winning the Race to Cashless

    Equinix and Kapronasia are pleased to bring you an October 25th webinar on the changing nature of payments in Asia featuring panelists from MasterCard, IPGPAY and ACCA.
  • Trade Surveillance in China

    Trade Surveillance in China

    With increased market scrutiny, trade surveillance in China's capital markets has become critical. A new report from Kapronasia and Nasdaq looks at the challenges and opportunities.
  • China P2P Lending

    China P2P Lending

    In an update to our 2014 report, we look at the changing nature of China's P2P lending industry including the key drivers, challenges and future opportunities.
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Latest Reports

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This 2017 Consumer Finance in China report provides a comprehensive overview of the development of consumer finance and how financial solutions and institutions that facilitate consumer finance has been happening in China. The report describes the characteristics and trends that have been observed in recent years and its historical context, an analysis of the different channels for consumption loan products in China, the future consumer loans market trends, with a focus on end-customers and players in the market, and the future of regulation and risk in the market.
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The 2017 P2P Lending in China report follows up on the P2P lending in China report released by Kapronasia in November 2014, highlighting on the high demand for regulation and analysing changes in the industry, including an overview of the borrowers, a look at the way platforms manage to control the loans’ risk and to what extent, and the ways in which some of these platforms “turned rogue” and tried to find ways to scam their customers.
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With record fines and increased scrutiny, trade surveillance in China has become critical for regulators, exchanges and market participants. In the Trade Surveillance in China Report from Kapronasia sponsored by Nasdaq, we look at the key challenges and opportunities.

Events

November 30, 2017 - Dec 01, 2017
Inside Fintech - Seoul
December 13, 2017
Australian Payment Summit
February 15, 2018
Baltic E-commerce Summit - Tallinn
March 13, 2018 - Mar 15, 2018
Money 20/20 Asia Singapore
March 21, 2018 - Mar 22, 2018
Payments Summit 2018 - Helsinki
March 27, 2018 - Mar 28, 2018
MoneyLive: Digital Banking APAC 2018
May 03, 2018 - May 04, 2018
Seamless Asia Singapore
June 04, 2018
Money 20/20 Europe - Amsterdam

Kapronasia is a leading provider of financial industry market research and consulting covering fintech, payments, banking, capital markets and blockchain.

Research

Research From our offices across the region, we provide clients with the key insight and research they need to understand the market trends and challenges. Our research reports are used by numerous clients across the globe to make better business decisions about their Asia strategy.

Consulting

Consulting We work closely with clients to better understand their business challenges and find lasting and value creating solutions. We have worked with some of the financial industry's largest players to help them re-define their business and drive growth.

Singapore’s PayNow and Thailand’s PromptPay are set to link their national digital payment systems, thereby making it easier to send money between the two countries.

Two weeks after the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) national congress, the Chinese state council set up the Financial Stability and Development Committee (FSDC), as the institution to ensure the stability of the financial system and provide solutions for future development.

In the venture capital industry, a ‘unicorn’ refers to any technology start-up company which has reached a valuation of over USD $1 billion, as determined by private or public investment. The term was devised by venture capitalist Aileen Lee, founder of CowboyVC, a venture capital fund based in Palo Alto. She discovered that only 0.07% of software start-ups founded in the 2000s would ever reach a $1bn valuation, thereby being as rare as finding a unicorn.

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has introduced a number of measures recently in the capital and commodity markets to improve the quality of market infrastructure and the depth of trading that takes place. We will look at three examples of the recent changes being made by the SEBI here.

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