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Tokyo and Seoul learn from Singapore FinTech playbook

Japan and South Korea are playing a catch-up game to Singapore when it comes to FinTech, but there is reason for optimism. Read more: e27.co

soCash takes $600,000 to replace ATMs

Singapore-based soCash has raised $600,000 to let users get cash from shops rather than ATMS. The investment comes from angel backers. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Singapore and Malaysian law firms launch FinTech practice

The surge of financial technology in Singapore and Malaysia has encouraged two prominent regional law firms to establish dedicated FinTech practices. Read more: www.finews.asia

OOjiBO pockets $3.6m to expand financial inclusion efforts

Financial inclusion-focused payments startup OOjiBO has raised $3.6m in a Pre-Series A round led by Centurion Private Equity. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Carro parks $12m to pump into FinTech arm

Singapore-based auto marketplace Carro has picked up $12m in funding to pump into its FinTech division. The round’s lead investor is undisclosed. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Early stage fund SeedPlus lands $2m from IFC

Singapore-based venture fund SeedPlus has raised $2m to back early-stage businesses around Asia from from World Bank member IFC. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

FinTech startup Invictus hooks Up with IBM

Singapore-based FinTech startup Invictus has partnered with IBM to leverage their cloud and blockchain tech. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Digital River World Payments expands through First Data deal

Digital River World Payments announced it is working with First Data to offer online merchants a full-service, turn-key solution for processing in-country payments. Read more: www.businesswire.com

IOB Singapore looks for new RegTech system

IOB Singapore is looking to modernise its regulatory reporting tech. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Japan and Singapore establish FinTech co-operation framework

The framework enables FSA and MAS to refer FinTech companies in their countries to each other’s markets. Read more: www.finextra.com