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Companies in financial distress could find their debt restructured and even see their business palmed off to private equity firms if they continue to fail to meet bank obligations, according to Korea’s financial ...
A sour situation at China Huishan Dairy will hardly be helped by the fact it has lost contact with its treasury chief. Our thoughts go out to the team left behind.
The Malaysian plantations-to-industrials giant wants to list two “pure-play” businesses in order to tap capital markets and funding more effectively.
The Australian regional government’s foray into blockchain based debt-raising appears to be groundbreaking, but is it a solution looking for a problem?
The India Banks Association wants to create a lenders’ consortium to monitor their own debt and ensure borrowers are adhering to pre-agreed rules and patterns.
The German bank appoints David Lynne and James Boyle to the post as Michael Ormaechea steps down to spend more time with his family.
After his election as president of the United States, Donald Trump looks all but guaranteed to usher in a period of uncertainty. As 2017 dawns, CT weighs up the risks.
Corporates face curbs on 'irrational' outbound deals and stronger scrutiny of big-ticket FX transactions under the capital account, regulators confirm.
Chinese regulators have made it clear from recent actions their priority now is protecting the renminbi rather than making it international.
As government regulators try to stem capital outflows, big-ticket FX purchases and settlements under corporate capital account items face tougher scrutiny.