Fintech Firms in Malaysia will be Supported by Established Financial Institutions as they Apply for a Digital Banking License (19/20)

“The ongoing race and competition between local Fintech firms for acquiring a digital banking license in Malaysia continues to intensify, particularly after Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), the nation’s central bank, revealed additional details regarding the licensing process.”

Source: Crowdfund Insider

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