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If the chipmaker's record $773 million antitrust fine in Taiwan illustrates anything, it’s that rules are changing. No longer do small tech corporates need to be in thrall to powerful suppliers.
In distress situations, companies often seek creative ways to stretch their liquidity – and structured payables are gaining popularity. But be careful, these programmes can quickly turn your payables into debt.
The HKMA has moved to simplify procedures for opening a bank account, scrapping the need for address verification. But will it compromise the city’s fight against money laundering?
Experience might be the best teacher, but when it comes to new accounting standards everyone is in uncharted territory. CT asked Indonesia’s largest telco how it was managing the transition to IFRS15
Lawyers have long been characterized as technology Luddites who are slow to change and wary of innovation. For corporate counsel, though, this stereotype may be fading.
When it comes to locking antlers in the boardroom, no relationship is more fraught than that between the CFO and the CIO. CT examines tips for getting the most from your technologists.
Getting corporate travel right is one of the most demanding jobs in the inbox of corporate treasurers. We speak to one corporate that got outside help from AirPlus.
The Chinese nuclear giant chases a stake in a £15bn nuclear power on the Cumbrian coast, adding impetus to plans for a European treasury centre in London.
Chinese tech giant and Hong Kong Stock Exchange name new financial chiefs.
As its presence in Asia grows, The Walt Disney Company plans an RTC for the region. It has decided on a location and is already seeking senior staff for the new venture.