Jim Rogers-backed ITF to miss August deadline for virtual bank licence in Hong Kong

ITF, a fintech company backed by US veteran investor Jim Rogers, plans to apply for a virtual bank licence in Hong Kong, but will not rush to meet the first application deadline on August 31. The fint…
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