Bank Negara Malaysia invites public to submit ‘fintech hacks'

Bank Negara Malaysia encourages public to get involved with fintech project

The chairman of Bank Negara Malaysia’s Financial Technology Enabler Group has announced the central bank will be accepting applications from the public in the field of financial service innovation.

The project, dubbed “fintech hacks”, will allow the public to submit their “innovative ideas through our various electronic channels for the improvement of the financial services sector”, Aznan bin Abdul Aziz said.

Asian central banks have been leading the charge on fintech in recent months. Bank

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