• 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.
  • 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.
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Latest Reports

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Being the first country to fully integrate digital and mobile payments, the Chinese payment market is unlike any other in the world. However, what does this unique situation mean for the traditional payment card industry in China? In this report by Kapronasia, we take a look at the key challenges and opportunities faced by the industry.
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Asian exchanges have come a long way in the past decade and are now highly competitive, both technologically and through their product offerings. In this report by Kapronasia, we analyse the overall Asian exchange landscape through several key factors, before taking a more detailed look into each of the region's leading markets.
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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

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
September 22, 2018
Sibos Sydney

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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.

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With Bitcoin recently hitting an all- time high of $14,000 USD on December 7th 2017, many have been asking questions about whether the cryptocurrency’s price will continue to rise in the future or if it is simply a speculative bubble waiting to burst. The currency has risen by over $13,000 USD since the 1st of January 2017, a remarkable, and for some unfathomable surge considering it has no tangible assets or value at its core.

Since Chinese online micro lending companies Qudian and Paipai Dai have gone public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the government has been closely following the development of the micro-credit industry. Scrutiny has fallen not only their business model but also on their high revenue, which specifically caught people’s eyes. The Ningbo Jinzhou Financial Office already shut down two micro lending institutions. On November 21, 2017, the General Office of the State Council issued an urgent notice on suspending approval on the establishment of internet small loan companies. With the arising attention around financial risks, could this be the end of the industry? 

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.

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