Money

Fintech helps Chinese SMEs get loans

Small businesses and individuals in China have long found it hard to get loans, as the country's government-controlled banks prefer to lend to state-owned enterprises.

Leveraging change in financial services landscape for SMEs

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) here would do well to take notice of financial technology developments in Singapore.

Catering to SMEs

Providers of services – from technology to higher education and training to bank loans – have been jostling to offer competitive packages and product offerings for businesses that can take them to...

UOB taps fintech firm to make supply chain payments easier

WITH Singapore having the most suppliers selling on credit in the Asia-Pacific, United Overseas Bank (UOB) is aiming to ease cashflow pressures across businesses' supply chain.

New way for companies to pay their suppliers, vendors

United Overseas Bank (UOB) has released an online payment option for firms that will help them raise productivity and manage costs.

CIMB launches current account for SMEs

CIMB Bank Singapore yesterday rolled out a new current account for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to help them meet operational needs.

A leg up for SMEs in the financing stakes

The only issue that seemed to concern the stock market over a recent freeing up of rules regulating finance firms is the possibility that the...

Finance firms eyeing bigger slice of the SME pie

Singapore's three listed finance firms are poised to reap benefits from regulatory changes that will boost their customer reach and capacity to lend.

New co-investment fund to help businesses go overseas

UP to S$600 million in government capital will be co-invested with Singapore-based enterprises in a new International Partnership Fund (IPF) to help them scale up and internationalise.

Changing the game for SME and startup financing

The own-goals of the Trump administration continue to provide grist for the journalistic mill. The latest snafus include the sudden resignation this week of President Donald Trump's National...

 

 

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