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Top stories | Opinion & MPU

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Piece of Cake! Vietnam’s Gen Z eat up a new digibank

Vietnam’s latest digital bank Cake is the talk of the town and has attracted more than 1.5 million customers in just over a year. Now, its chief executive wants to challenge banks in southeast Asia.
The Malaysian bank has a new CEO in Cambodia who plans to make the most of the lender’s regional scale and savvy to spot opportunities in an overbanked market.

UOB stays a step ahead of peers

UOB’s penchant for acquisitions to expand its Asean franchise is paying off handsomely in Thailand, where the bank is preparing for an even bigger boom to its business.

HLB sets sights on Malaysia’s startups

After more than a decade of working to achieve big things in Malaysia, Hong Leong Bank is increasingly thinking small as it steers its business towards supporting startups.
The Malaysian bank has a new CEO in Cambodia who plans to make the most of the lender’s regional scale and savvy to spot opportunities in an overbanked market.
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