Thai governor advises banks to get fintech-based vaccine

Fintech can help build “immunity” to financial shocks, says Santiprabhob

Maximising effectiveness with tech

The governor of Thailand’s central bank has urged financial institutions to use financial technology (fintech) to build up “immunity” to financial shocks.

“Prudent application of fintech can help banks and businesses improve their risk management,” said Veerathai Santiprabhob at Bangkok’s inaugural Fintech Fair on March 19. 

Central banks were navigating an environment subject to policy normalisation, rising protectionist policies, global warming and increased geopolitical risks – all of which

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