Huawei: Shaping Smarter, Greener Finance Together

SINGAPORE, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — July 20, the three-day Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2022 officially begins at Sands Expo and Convention Centre. Under the theme of “Shaping Smarter, Greener Finance”, the summit is bringing together financial industry leading figures, KOLs, academic experts, and innovative practitioners from more than 30 countries around the world to discuss the future development of the financial industry, exploring how to build smarter and greener finance together.

Huawei proposed three core elements for gaining competitiveness in the financial industry, upon the arrival of the super digitalization era

With the fully connected intelligent world on its way, both the economy and society are transforming towards two major trends of digitalization and sustainable development. In face of changing financial service scenarios and business models in the digital era, the financial industry is met with a growing demand for rapid business innovation and ultimate customer experience, which further speeds up its pace of transformation. To cope with the complex and dynamic nature of digital transformation, it is necessary for the financial industry to rebuild its core competitiveness amidst the digital era in order to realize the vision of intelligent finance.

“Better connections, stronger intelligence, and more scenarios are the key to building competitiveness of digital finance,” Ryan Ding, President of the Huawei Enterprise BG, pointed out, “Following the concept of co-creation, sharing, and win-win, we are working with our customers and partners in finding a way towards Shaping Smarter, Greener Finance, Creating New Value Together.”

Huawei announced three strategic initiatives, advancing the digitalization of the financial industry in the new era.

Jason Cao, CEO of Huawei Global Digital Finance said in his speech, “Technology, especially the connection and intelligence, continues to drive the development of the financial industry. In 2022, we have officially entered into the ZFLOPS era for AI computing power. With the development of AI, we will embrace super-personalization. By 2025, more than 100 billion physical connections will lead to financial services for ‘things’. In the future, smart contract will enable intelligent decision-making possible everywhere. New service and product models will emerge one after another. However, end-to-end user experience, real-time processing of massive data, and O&M and management of more complex networks and multi clouds will all become challenges for the financial industry. We are facing opportunities as well as challenges. ”

Jason Cao, CEO of Huawei Global Digital Finance

To build smarter and greener finance based on better connections, stronger intelligence, and more scenarios, Huawei announced three strategic initiatives for the financial sector during the summit.

  1. Smarter: smarter customer engagement solutions to improve digital experience; data and intelligent converged platform to build real-time data capabilities; hybrid multi-cloud architecture to make cross-cloud management easier and services more agile.
  2. Greener: autonomous digital infrastructure to help financial institutions achieve high efficiency, availability, and performance and facilitate collaboration of multi-technology, heterogeneous technology, and hybrid multi-cloud.
  3. Together: Build a global ecosystem cooperation platform and put forward three upgraded initiatives for the Financial Partner Go Global Program 2.0 (FPGGP): develop more solution partners; expand FPGGP to global consulting and service partners; develop local sales and service partners for providing FPGGP solutions locally.

Working with global clients and partners, shaping smarter and greener finance

During the summit, Huawei and DBS announced the establishment of the Innovation Showcase at DBS Newton Green.

Huawei also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with OCBC Bank to bolster the bank’s digital transformation in Southeast Asia and the Greater Bay Area in three key initiatives: Green Branch and Buildings with Smart IoT; Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Innovation and Cloud Adoption Acceleration.

Meanwhile, Huawei released the Digital Banking 2.0 Solution leveraging Temenos open platform. The solution supports the quick launch of digital banks and helps larger banks accelerate their modernization in the cloud. This greatly improves the rollout efficiency and customer satisfaction.

In the coming days, Huawei will sign a number of cooperation agreements with several financial institutions, and unveil a wide variety of products and solutions jointly created with partners, covering various business scenarios.

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Huawei Releases Digital Banking 2.0 Solution Leveraging Temenos Platform

SINGAPORE, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — During Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2022 — Huawei, launched the Digital Banking 2.0 solution leveraging Temenos open platform, and discussed with customers and top partners in the financial industry about how to build a cloud-native architecture to achieve business agility and industry innovation.

Digital banking is a global trend

Facing fierce competition with Internet giants, banks are transforming from providers of traditional financial services to those of new digital financial services based on the industry ecosystem. New technologies — such as cloud-native, open API, and big data — as well as the new economic environment have been driving digital banking to be open, intelligent with seamless integration capability.

Banks have to go digital to meet the various new requirements in new scenarios, and digital banking is an inevitable choice. Indeed, global digital banks have undergone explosive growth in recent years. According to the statistics of Simon-Kucher’s new bank database, 153 digital banks emerged in 2020 and 2021, and this number will continue to rise in the future.

Huawei releases Digital Banking 2.0 Solution leveraging Temenos open platform supporting banks’ architecture transformation and business innovation

Jason Cao, CEO of Huawei Global Digital Finance & Jimmy Ng, CIO and Head of Group Technology & Operations, DBS

During the summit, Huawei released the Digital Banking 2.0 Solution leveraging Temenos open platform. This new Digital Banking solution is an upgraded solution and uses Temenos open platform for composable banking to provide cloud-native, core banking functionality and data capabilities. The solution supports the quick launch of digital banks and helps larger banks accelerate their modernization in the cloud. This greatly improves the rollout efficiency and customer satisfaction.

Digital Banking 2.0 Solution enables fast service integration and rollout based on a cloud-native architecture, providing core banking functions for banks. The solution has the following key capabilities:

  1. Pre-integrated: The solution certified with Temenos and other partners in the industry offers a complete and comprehensive function stack of digital banking for customers in different business scenarios, such as retail, corporate and Islamic banking, etc.
  2. Agile: The solution provides composable banking services that allow new services to be developed and iterated through simple assembly. At the same time, the cloud-native system is highly scalable and cost-effective, requiring less initial investment.
  3. Open: The platform provides open APIs for third-party invoking and integration. It enriches the ecosystem and supports more business scenarios. All of this results in improved system operational efficiency and user satisfaction.

Neo Gong, Senior Solution Director of the Huawei Enterprise BG Digital Finance, introduced, “Digital Banking 2.0 can be delivered in the SaaS or cloud foundation model. This solution helps customers improve their efficiency of business operations and cost management, so that they can focus more on service innovation and ecosystem development. Based on the collaboration with Temenos, a leading open platform for composable banking, this solution provides rich core banking functionality for banks.”

Through building an agile, elastic, secure and reliable cloud foundation, and integration with partners to build scenario-based financial solutions, Huawei is committed to further promote the development and innovation of financial services, shaping smarter, greener finance together.

About Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2022

Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit is Huawei’s annual flagship event for the global financial industry. HiFS 2022 runs from July 20 to 22 in Singapore. With the theme of “Shaping Smarter, Greener Finance”, Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit brings together leading figures, KOLs, academic experts, and innovative practitioners in the global financial industry to discuss how to shape green and digital finance in light of the future development trend of the financial industry. For more information, please visit:

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Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair set to showcase works from over 1,500 First Nations artists, represented by a record 76 community Art Centres from across Australia

DARWIN, Australia, July 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives will be celebrated in Darwin, Australia, from 2-7 August in an unmissable showcase of art, design and culture at Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) Foundation’s series of iconic events.

The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is Australia’s largest and most celebrated First Nations visual art event, which will return for the 16th year to run both online and in person this 5-7 August.

The internationally celebrated art fair sits alongside the Foundation’s two Indigenous Fashion Projects events, Country to Couture on the 2 August, and the National Indigenous Fashion Awards on the 3 August, bringing Australia’s most acclaimed and vibrant First Nations artists and designers to the national and global stage.

As the only Australian event of its kind, DAAF has secured a reputation as one of the country’s most significant and internationally recognised arts events, creating a unique opportunity to connect with, and ethically purchase art directly from Art Centres, as well as meeting the artists and learning firsthand about their cultural heritage, stories, history and traditional artistic practices through a range of masterclasses, talks and demonstrations.

DAAF 2022 is on track to be the most successful and widest reaching yet, with a record 76 Art Centres participating in the Foundation’s inaugural hybrid delivery of the event. In 2021, the Fair achieved a record $3.12 million AUD in sales with 100 per cent of profits going back to the Art Centres and their communities. The Fair itself takes no commission from artwork sold.

DAAF Foundation are proud to be part of a collective of organisations championing music, arts, and ideas from the world’s oldest living cultures. Taking place in Australia’s Top End each July-August, alongside DAAF Foundation’s renowned Fair and fashion events, will be:

  • Garma Festival | Yothu Yindi Foundation | 29 July – 1 August
  • Salon des Refusés | Salon Art Projects | 3-13 August
  • Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards | Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory | 5 August 2022 – January 2023
  • National Indigenous Music Awards | Music NT | 6 August

The first week of August is predicted to be one of the biggest showcases of First Nations talent in the world. Music, art and culture will collide as The Collective unifies to bring the public a unique experience across the creative industries in the Northern Territory.

For more information about the 16th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair and for priority access to the digital Art Fair, visit

Georgina Dawson
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La Reach Alliance de l’Université de Toronto étend son réseau en s’associant à des établissements universitaires en Afrique, en Asie et en Australie

— L’initiative mondiale rassemble des chercheurs et des praticiens de toutes les disciplines et du monde entier pour accélérer la réalisation des objectifs de développement durable des Nations unies —

TORONTO, 20 juillet 2022/PRNewswire/ — La Reach Alliance annonce des partenariats avec quatre universités de premier plan, dont l’Université de Cape Town (Afrique du Sud), l’Université Ashesi (Ghana), l’Université de gestion de Singapour (Singapour) et l’Université de Melbourne (Australie). L’Alliance passe ainsi de quatre à huit grandes universités mondiales, les premiers partenaires étant l’Université de Toronto (Canada), le Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexique), l’University College London (Royaume-Uni) et l’Université d’Oxford (Royaume-Uni).

Fondée à la Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy de l’Université de Toronto, en partenariat avec le Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth , la Reach Alliance est une initiative mondiale de recherche et de leadership qui étudie comment les interventions essentielles atteignent les personnes les plus difficiles à atteindre. L’Alliance s’associe ensuite à des organisations intersectorielles pour traduire en actions concrètes les résultats de la recherche.

« Le travail de la Reach Alliance ne peut être réalisé qu’en renforçant les partenariats internationaux pour atteindre une portée mondiale », déclare Marin MacLeod, directeur exécutif de la Reach Alliance.

Le professeur Mamokgethi Phakeng, vice-chancelier de l’université du Cap, commente : « La Reach Alliance est un concept brillant qui s’aligne étroitement sur la mission de l’université : veiller à ce que notre recherche réponde aux besoins des communautés les plus marginalisées d’Afrique, à ce qu’elle ait un impact réel et à ce que nous formions les leaders de demain qui s’engagent pour la justice sociale. »

Sentiments partagés par le recteur de l’université d’Ashesi, le professeur Angela Owusu-Ansah : « L’engagement des étudiants dans la recherche sur les expériences vécues par les groupes marginalisés est susceptible d’amplifier la pensée éthique, entrepreneuriale et critique des étudiants, leur souci des autres et le courage d’agir pour le changement. »

L’extension aux universités d’Afrique, d’Asie et d’Australie permettra d’élargir la portée et la profondeur de la recherche Reach, d’améliorer l’expérience des étudiants chercheurs et des professeurs et d’accélérer la production de connaissances exploitables sur certains des problèmes de développement les plus complexes au monde.

« La Reach Alliance permet à un réseau mondial d’universités partenaires de collaborer à la recherche et de développer des solutions interdisciplinaires », déclare le professeur Elvin Lim, doyen du College of Integrative Studies de la Singapore Management University. « Grâce à la recherche des étudiants et au mentorat des professeurs tirés de l’Alliance, nous visons à approfondir notre engagement avec la ville et à créer un impact significatif pour les communautés du monde entier. »

Le professeur Adrian Little, Pro Vice-Chancelier (International) de l’Université de Melbourne, souligne que la mission sociale de l’université est une raison essentielle pour rejoindre l’Alliance : « En nous engageant dans la Reach Alliance, nous pouvons nous attaquer à des problèmes en Australie et dans la région Asie-Pacifique au sens large, en collaboration avec un groupe exceptionnel d’universités partenaires. »

À ce jour, la Reach Alliance a publié 30  études de cas  couvrant 20 pays. Les résultats de la recherche ont permis d’informer les praticiens et les décideurs politiques, d’accélérer la réalisation des objectifs de développement durable et de former la prochaine génération de leaders mondiaux. Les résultats de la Reach Alliance ont été  publiés  dans des publications de premier plan, telles que The Lancet, Stanford Social Innovation Review et le Bulletin de l’OMS.

« Nous sommes ravis d’accueillir ces universités de premier plan au sein de l’Alliance et de bénéficier de leurs perspectives uniques et diverses. Leurs professeurs et leurs étudiants contribueront énormément à notre réseau mondial d’experts sur la manière d’atteindre les personnes les plus difficiles à atteindre », déclare MacLeod.

À propos de la Reach Alliance

La Reach Alliance recrute des étudiants dans des universités du monde entier – en équipant la prochaine génération de leaders pour mener des recherches et produire des informations exploitables – et catalyse l’impact par le biais de partenaires institutionnels. Pour en savoir plus, .

Contact pour les médias : Fadumo Faarah, responsable des communications et des événements à la Reach Alliance, Université de Toronto, Tél. : 1-226-606-7895, E-mail : [email protected]

University of Toronto’s Reach Alliance expands its network by partnering with academic institutions in Africa, Asia and Australia

— Global initiative brings together researchers and practitioners from across disciplines and around the world to accelerate the achievement of the UNs’ Sustainable Development Goals —

TORONTO, July 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Reach Alliance announces partnerships with four leading universities, including the University of Cape Town (South Africa), Ashesi University (Ghana), Singapore Management University (Singapore) and the University of Melbourne (Australia). This scale up sees the Alliance grow from four to eight major global universities, with original partners including the University of Toronto (Canada), Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico), University College London (UK), and the University of Oxford (UK).

Founded at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, in partnership with the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, the Reach Alliance is a global research and leadership initiative investigating how critical interventions reach those who are hardest to reach. The Alliance then partners with cross-sectoral organisations to translate actionable research insights for impact.

“The work of the Reach Alliance can only be done by strengthening international partnerships to achieve global reach,” says Marin MacLeod, Executive Director at the Reach Alliance.

Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, Vice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town, comments “the Reach Alliance is a brilliant concept that aligns closely with the mission of the University: to ensure that our research meets the needs of even the most marginalized communities in Africa, that it has real impact, and that we produce the leaders of tomorrow who are committed to social justice.”

Sentiments shared by Ashesi University’s Provost, Professor Angela Owusu-Ansah, “engaging students in research of the lived experiences of marginalized groups is likely to amplify students’ ethical, entrepreneurial, and critical thinking; their concern for others and the courage to act for change.”

Scaling to universities in Africa, Asia and Australia will expand the scope and depth of Reach research, enhance the student researcher and faculty experience and accelerate production of actionable insights about some of the world’s most complex development issues.

“The Reach Alliance enables a global network of partner universities to collaborate on research and develop interdisciplinary solutions”, says Professor Elvin Lim, Dean, College of Integrative Studies, Singapore Management University. “Through student research and faculty mentorship drawn from the Alliance, we aim to deepen our engagement with the city and to create meaningful impact for communities around the world.”

Professor Adrian Little, Pro Vice Chancellor (International), University of Melbourne highlights the university’s social mission as a key reason for joining the Alliance, “by engaging with the Reach Alliance, we can tackle problems within Australia and in the wider Asia-Pacific region in collaboration with an outstanding group of university partners.”

To date, the Reach Alliance has published 30 case studies spanning 20 countries. Actionable research insights have informed practitioners and policymakers – accelerating achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and establishing the next generation of global leaders. Reach findings have been published in leading outlets, such as The Lancet, Stanford Social Innovation Review and WHO Bulletin.

“We’re thrilled to welcome these leading universities to the Alliance and to learn from their unique and diverse perspectives. Their faculty and students will make a tremendous contribution to our global network of experts on how to reach the hardest to reach,” says MacLeod.

About the Reach Alliance 

Reach recruits students across global universities – equipping the next generation of leaders to conduct research, produce actionable insights – and catalyzes impact through institutional partners. Learn more at

Media contact: Fadumo Faarah, Communications & Events Officer at the Reach Alliance, University of Toronto, Phone: 1-226-606-7895, Email: [email protected]

INGOT Obtains FSA License and Opens New Office in Seychelles

PLAISANCE, Republic of Seychelles, July 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire — INGOT Global Ltd. (“INGOT”) today announces the recent obtainment of a Seychelles Financial Service Authority (FSA) license and the opening of its first physical office in the island country. The Seychelles office will strengthen INGOT’s worldwide presence while presenting premium trading services to investors from all walks of life.

The FSA license protects investors’ rights by ensuring the fair implementation of all regulations and compliance requirements of companies within Seychelles’ non-bank financial services sector. INGOT continuously strives to raise investor awareness by offering vital tips on smart trading and risk management, aligning with its mission to provide traders with a safe investing environment for achieving financial goals free from scams and fraud.

“What sets trusted brokers apart from unscrupulous ones,” says INGOT Founder Iman Mutlaq, “is having a legitimate financial license. And at INGOT, our main objective is to provide clients with an exceptional trading experience built on trust and marked by innovation, where clients can rest assured that they are trading with a reliable brokerage firm. For this reason, we are adamant about obtaining licenses from the best regulatory bodies out there, such as the FSA Seychelles, which is known for its strict restrictions designed to protect investors.”

“We are very excited to have reached this milestone,” says INGOT Director Hossam Abdelaziz, “opening a new chapter for INGOT characterized by broad growth and rapid development. Attaining this license brings us closer to realizing our vision of expanding into all regions around the world and having a robust global presence that allows us to serve clients from various countries.”

About INGOT Global Ltd.
INGOT Global Ltd. is a regulated online brokerage firm serving as middlemen between traders and global financial markets, facilitating access to premium investment opportunities. This covers varied financial instruments, including commodities, stocks, indices, ETFs and currencies. INGOT Global presents investors a unique trading experience through its competitive trading services and conditions.

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