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Meniga advances in South East Asia with UOB contract

Meniga advances in South East Asia with UOB contract

United Overseas Bank is to deploy personal financial management tools from Meniga to help customers of its forthcoming pan-regional Digital Bank stay on top of their regular transactions.

Which Singapore Bank Should You Invest In? | DBS, OCBC, UOB

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DBS: 6.2%
OCBC: 5.8%
UOB: 5.4%
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The Big ASEAN Picture

There are currently more than 200 million youth aged 15-34 years old in ASEAN, many of whom are digital natives driving the region’s high level of internet and mobile penetration. This is also the largest-ever cohort of ASEAN youth and over the next decade, they will form the backbone of the region’s economies.

And yet many of them currently do not have access to banking services such as a bank account or credit card.

Hear insights on how a Bank, FinTech and Telco can collaborate to drive digital innovation and to engage and serve this group of mobile-first and mobile-only customers.

Moderator: Stefania Palma, Singapore Correspondent, Financial Times

• Arthur Lang, CEO International, Singtel
• Lee Li Meng, Chief Strategy Officer, Razer
• Dr Dennis Khoo, Head of Regional Digital Bank and Digital Banking, UOB

Why solar power?

Southeast Asia’s electricity market is undergoing exciting developments and solar power appears to have the most potential for growth.

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UOB Business Banking Insights: Q2 FX Outlook for SMEs

​As 2021 looks set to deliver strong growth globally, with Asia and Singapore in particular being bright spots, SMEs looking to trade in the region stand to benefit from the continued strength and stability in the Singapore dollar (SGD). Peter Chia, Senior FX Strategist of Global Markets and Economic Research at United Overseas Bank (UOB) shares his insights and thoughts on global growth’s impact on major currencies and how it affects SMEs that engage in cross-border, cross currency transactions.