Fintech is viewed as new initiative to 10-year plan


PETALING JAYA: The mid-term review of the financial sector blueprint has considered financial technology (fintech) as a new initiative to achieve the objectives of the 10-year plan as it will extend the provision of financial services beyond the traditional purview of banks.

“Fintech also has the potential to fundamentally change the way financial services are delivered and consumed.

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