Articles with tag: financial services agency

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A look into Japan's fintech landscape - Tokyo FinTech

11 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Norbert Gehrke of Tokyo FinTech elaborates on the most important fintech trends in Japan, while highlighting the possible impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the financial services sector

Norbert Gehrke, Tokyo FinTech, fintech, Japan, coronavirus, COVID-19, economy, Tokyo, Netherlands, Switzerland, Taiwan, Sweden, cashless, payments, Germany, merchants, SMEs, Open Banking, banking, electronic payments, PISPs, AISPs, banks, APIs, Financial Services Agency, FSA, startups, digital banks, retail, Emerada, cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Payment Services Act, PSA, Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, FIEA, security, tokens, exchange, blockchain, transactions

LINE receives FCAs approval for crypto exchange business in Japan

09 Sep 2019 | Cryptocurrencies

LINE, a Japanese messaging app provider, has been approved for a cryptocurrency business license in Japan.

LINE, messaging app, cryptocurrency exchange, Japan, tokens, token economy, Financial Services Agency, blockchain

FSA to step up surveillance of Japanese banks showing signs of stress

28 Aug 2019 | Payments General

The Financial Services Agency (FSA), Japan’s financial regulator, has announced plans to step up surveillance of local banks that show signs of stress.

Japan, banks, financial services, financial health, Financial Services Agency, FSA

Japanese financial regulator receives crypto exchange license applications

31 Dec 2018 | Cryptocurrencies

The Japanese Financial Services Agency has received 190 cryptocurrency exchange license applications.

Financial Services Agency, Japan, Asia, cryptocurrency exchange license applications, cryptocurrency Japanese, Virtual Currency Exchange Association, anti-money-laundering policy, AML, crypto exchange

Revolut secures Singapore and Japan licences

30 Nov 2018 | Payments General

Challenger banking service Revolut has secured licences in Singapore and Japan for planned launches in 2019.

Revolut, Singapore, Japan, licences, digital banking, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Financial Services Agency of Japan