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The Standard
Fintech bank to domicile in SAR
19 Oct 2017
Fintech bank ITF Corporation is to set up its headquarters in Hong Kong and expects to start operations next year.

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finews.asia
Jim Rogers Invests in Fintech Bank
19 Oct 2017
ITF, a fintech bank that U.S. investor Jim Rogers has invested in, will set up its headquarters in Hong Kong and aims to start operating next year. The venture will also focus on Singapore to tap the Southeast Asian market. ITF has applied for licenses in Hong Kong and Singapore.

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財訊
羅傑斯:十九大後,中國經濟仍會持續成長
19 Oct 2017
中共十九大昨(18)日開幕,「商品大王」羅傑斯(Jim Rogers)被問到會否擔心十九大後中國的投資環境變化,他說,觀察過去中國即使經歷了多次領導層換屆,但仍經歷可觀的經濟成長,所以他對中國經濟前景仍保持信心。他仍看好中國市場,並期望中國會加快開放步伐及人民幣可兌換速度。

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星島日報
羅傑斯唱好Fintech 預言現金短期絕迹
19 Oct 2017
(星島日報報道)有「商品大王」之稱的羅傑斯(Jim Rogers)昨天在本港接受訪問時,唱好金融科技前景,又預言現金在不久將來會完全消失,實體銀行也會成為歷史。雖然如此,他認為比特幣已經出現泡沫,又贊同內地煞停ICO(首次代幣發行)的政策。

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鉅亨網 / NOWnews
羅傑斯看好Fintech 預言現金不久將來絕跡
19 Oct 2017
有「商品大王」之稱的羅傑斯 (Jim Rogers) 昨 (18) 日在香港接受訪問時,唱好金融科技前景,並預言「現金在不久將來會完全消失,實體銀行也會成為歷史」。雖然如此,他認為比特幣 (Bitcoin) 已經出現泡沫,贊同中國煞停 ICO(首次代幣發行) 的政策。

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Internation Investment
Jim Rogers-backed fintech bank ITF unveils Hong Kong headquarters, biz plan
19 Oct 2017
Jim Rogers, the Singapore-based American investor known, among other things, for having started the Quantum group of funds with George Soros more than 40 years ago, this week is helping to unveil a new fintech bank in Hong Kong, called ITF, which he has invested in.

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DealStreetAsia
Jim Rogers-backed fintech bank ITF Corp chooses Hong Kong for headquarters
19 Oct 2017
ITF Corporation, the world’s first fintech bank founded by Hui Jie Lim and funded by US investor Jim Rogers, will set up its headquarters in Hong Kong and start operations next year.

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NNA Asia
フィンテックの新銀行ITF、香港に本店
20 Oct 2017
米著名投資家のジム・ロジャーズ氏が出資者に名を連ねる、フィンテック(IT技術を融合した金融サービス)による世界初の銀行「ITF」が香港に本店を設置する。来年の営業開始を目指す。19日付サウスチャイナ・モーニングポストなどが伝えた。

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香港商報
羅傑斯:紙幣和實體銀行未來會被取代
19 Oct 2017
【香港商報訊】記者鄺偉軒報道:金融科技(Fin-tech)顛覆全球,著名投資者「商品大王」羅杰斯(Jim Rogers) 昨日表示,在可見將來,不僅硬幣及紙幣同時消失,實體銀行亦會被虛擬銀行取代。他笑言:「或許我的孩子長大后,將不會踏足實體銀行半步!」

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Cryptocoins™ news
Legendary Investor Jim Rogers Believes FinTech Will Replace Banks and Cash
25 Oct 2017
Veteran investor Jim Rogers believes that banks must invest in the financial technology (fintech) space or they face being replaced.

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South China Morning Post
Jim Rogers funded new fintech bank ITF to set up headquarters in Hong Kong
18 Oct 2017
ITF, a new fintech bank that veteran US investor Jim Rogers has invested in, will set up its headquarters in Hong Kong and aims to start operating next year, in a move that suggests the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s efforts to promote technology development in the sector have attracted new comers to the city.

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China Daily.com
Rogers: Fintech may replace physical cash
24 Oct 2017
Rogers, who has invested in the world’s first fintech bank project developed by fintech group ITF Corp, told China Daily in Hong Kong that his role was mostly as an adviser to the company. He said that he invested in ITF because fintech will be the future of banking, adding that “my children will never walk into a bank when they become adults as by then all the banks along the streets will be replaced by computers and certainly mobile phones.”

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财新
财新国际加速海外拓展 多项东南亚合作落地
27 Nov 2017
在近期举行的第八届财新峰会上,财新国际宣布两项最新举措,即推出东南亚创投咨询平台“7点5度”、与区域互联网金融银行ITF Corporation签署战略合作协议。

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South China Morning Post
Virtual banks queue for slice of Hong Kong market, as HKMA pushes fintech adoption
25 Jan 2018
Virtual banks with no physical presence will soon be coming to Hong Kong amid a drive by city authorities to encourage greater use of technology in financial services.

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South China Morning Post
Monetary authority issues guidelines for the launch of virtual banks in Hong Kong
06 Feb 2018
Virtual banks looking to set up in Hong Kong will need to have at least HK$300 million (US$38.36 million) in capital, and cannot impose a minimum account balance or low balance fees, according to draft guidelines released by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority on Tuesday.

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