Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded certificates from Cambridge Judge Business School and will be able to join the global academic community as participants in this initiative involving the business school. Part I of the book is focused on the impact of fintech on consumers, businesses and the macroeconomy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Part II considers post-pandemic policy implications for enhancing fintech’s effect on inclusive growth. The book brings together original research papers presented at a virtual conference on issues related to fintech and COVID-19 , and their implications for economies in Asia and the Pacific, as well as globally.
- This article explores how Gtek has shifted from a manual, paper-based process for submitting payment applications, to using Payapps for improved predictability of payments and cash flow.
- A new book from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Asian Development Bank Institute and Asian Development Bank looks