Using financial technology, or fintech, to disrupt traditional models may seem “cool”, but Mastercard executive Joseph Tom believes it is as much about solving seemingly mundane problems.

Fintech, he notes, has begun to improve access to remittance services for migrant workers, who otherwise could spend up to 10 per cent of their savings on transfer fees and poor exchange rates.

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