Philippines-based Union Bank has allocated more than $9m annually to its UBX subsidiary to pursue financial technology opportunities.

Financial services firm Union Bank of the Philippines has set aside ₱500m ($9.6m) per year to incubate and invest in fintech companies through innovation subsidiary UBX Philippines, The Inquirer reported on Monday. Union Bank set up UBX late last year to digitise its traditional banking business and discern new banking models including the I2I project,…

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