Korea Finance

Cobo Comes to Polygon, Bringing DeFi to Institutional Investors

Cobo customers can now access the benefits of Polygon with seamless access to the best DeFi and Dapps platforms [DUBAI] Polygon, an Ethereum scaling platform that integrates millions into Web 3.0, today announces Cobo Custody, Asia’s leading custodian service provider, and Cobo Wallet, a centralized management platform of crypto and …

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Internet giants catch fire in Korean echo of Chinese crackdown

(Bloomberg) – Kakao Corp. and Naver Corp. fell, set to record the biggest declines in years, after South Korean lawmakers warned the country’s internet giants against abusing their dominant market position in search of profits. Kakao, which runs Korea’s largest messaging and social media service, plunged more than 11%, on …

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Next step in IPOs for licensed P2P lending platforms

Next step in IPOs for licensed P2P lending platforms – Korea Times Finance 2021-09-04 09:22 Next step in IPOs for licensed P2P lending platforms Bank of England Together Funding, 8% are looking to go public earlier than their rivalsBy Park Jae-hyukLicensed peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms have started implementing various survival …

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“Discussing Individual Data Sovereignty in the Age of Big Data”, Gyeonggi Province hosts International Data Sovereignty Forum in September

World’s premier international forum on individual “data sovereignty” Opening speech by Governor Lee Jaemyung, keynote lecture by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web National and international industry – universities – government experts on MyData and data sovereignty to discuss the role of users in the age of …

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Whelan and deal atop the ANZ bank ranks

Former ANZ chief Mike Smith’s greatest legacy has been his aggressive push into Asia. Hired by HSBC in 2007, Smith wanted to expand ANZ’s global presence and commissioned Whelan to develop the institutional bank. Loading Whelan was sent to Singapore at the height of the global financial crisis, when large …

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The case of mutual educational disarmament

August 21, 2021 ETREND OF THE CONOMISTS be big fans of education, which is perhaps not surprising considering how much they consume and the quality of their textbooks. Alfred Marshall, writing in 1873, hoped that education would help to erase the “distinction between workers and gentlemen”. Gary Becker of the …

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