Banks rush to turn Japan cashless before legal change attracts tech giants

Lenders worldwide are shifting to open banking models, urged on by regulators including the FSA that want them to adapt as technological innovation shakes up the industry. Japan’s banks need to make sure they “have the area covered” before startups …
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