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2016-01-06

Banking News This Week – Jan 6

The top 5 banking news stories in emerging markets this week.
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1 – E-money seen as new area for revenue growth
JAKARTA — From palm oil growers in West Sumatra, vendors in a traditional market in Central Java, to Facebook gamers in Jakarta — Indonesia’s top lender Bank Mandiri is reaching out to different segments in the community to promote its latest electronic money product, Mandiri e-Cash. >>

2 – Philippines banks down to 635 in September
MANILA, Philippines – The number of banks operating in the Philippines declined 2.6 percent in the first nine months of last year with the exit of weak players particularly rural banks.
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3 – BSP approves 125 new bank branches, offices
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has approved the opening of 125 more bank branches as well as offices across the country. >>

4 – Bank of Africa to begin operations in Cameroon – Sources
The Pan-African banking group, Bank of Africa (BOA) could begin operations in Cameroon in the next few weeks, its application for authorization to open a subsidiary in the largest economy of Central Africa being on the “right track”. >>

5 – UBA unveils new advanced mobile banking platform
One of the key features of this new platform is the market place, which allows small businesses to own a virtual store. Cardless transactions will also be intro­duced to ensure that U-Mobile customers can withdraw money from UBA ATMs even without their payment cards. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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