Jim Rogers funded new fintech bank ITF to set up headquarters in Hong Kong

ITF, a new fintech bank that veteran US investor Jim Rogers has invested in, will set up its headquarters in Hong Kong and aims to start operating next year, in a move that suggests the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s efforts to promote technology …
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