From January 13th to 14th, the Asian Finance Forum was held in Hong Kong. More than 3,300 participants from 45 countries and regions, including the most influential leaders of the global financial and business community gathered here to discuss developments and trends in the dynamic markets of Asia.
As a part of Fintech participant, Epay is very honored to learn and communicate with elites about the new trends in financial development.
Financial leaders from around the world gave lots of speeches to share their insightful ideas.
Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee, winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics and MIT professor of economics, analyzes how poor people in developing countries can benefit from financial inclusion and how to promote relevant financial reforms in developing countries through the implementation of economic policies.
Martin Raiser, World Bank’s country director for China, Korea, and Mongolia stated that we must not forget that in low-income countries, more than the average person still does not have a bank account, of which women account for nearly two-thirds, and more than half come from 40% of the population in the lower class . So he proposed that we should target this group of people when discussing inclusive finance.
In addition, the forum also reviewed the overall economic development in Asia, with particular emphasis on China's development and progress in the financial technology and electronic payment industries in the past 20 years.
As a local payment industry company, Epay payment has been committed to achieving a more convenient and efficient global payment dream and aims to make cross-border funds to flow faster, safer and cheaper through continuous upgrading of technology.
At the beginning of its establishment, Epay focused on providing online payment services and was committed to solving the problems of international online payment under the trend of globalization. In early 2019, with its rich experience in the overseas payment industry and deep research on blockchain technology, Epay has created a brand new global remittance network for millions of overseas workers who are troubled by cross-border remittances.
In 2020, with the upcoming Epay cash withdrawal function, the Epay global remittance network will move towards a more mature stage.Epay cash withdrawals can provide convenient transfer services for millions of foreigners who are far away from their homeland. It supports more than 50 currencies worldwide, more than 70 countries and regions and 200,000 money pickup locations worldwide, so that payees can receive money from all over the world even without a bank account.
The Asian Financial Forum focused on the themes of innovation, breakthroughs, and inclusiveness. The financial leaders reviewed the past development of Asian finance, affirmed the progress of Fintech. and discussed how Fintech can make breakthroughs and innovations.
Epay has benefited a lot from this financial forum, and will not forget its original intention, firmly believe in the creation of a safer, faster and low-cost global payment method, and provide convenient remittance services for more foreign workers.
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