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In the second part of our series from Swift, the world’s largest payment system says finding the best use case is the secret to getting the most from the technology
Tense, quickfire negotiations between Wanda, Sunac and R&F Properties demonstrate the tough new regulatory environment Chinese treasurers operate in.
As the big banks turn off the taps, shadow banking is increasingly becoming mainstream for cash-strapped Chinese corporates.
The move will offer more efficient access to emerging markets as well as boosting capital, margin and operational efficiency, CME Group says.
The leading cross-border payments co-operative is taking a long hard look at the technology that could replace it: blockchain.
With more than a billion potential users for its financial and banking services, insurer Ping An's technology chief says solutions tested in China will help corporates worldwide.
The unmet demand for trade finance services yawns widely reaching more than $1.6 trillion. The ICC concludes banks alone will not solve this desperate issue.
Having just completed a bank guarantee via blockchain, the CFO of the company behind Australia's Westfield malls tells CT what’s needed to get the distributed ledger into the mainstream.
The need of Chinese corporate to find billions in foreign exchange to pay overseas shareholders is likely to depress the renminbi. But will it last for long?
For treasurers at the centre of China’s efforts to cool the bubbling property sector, offshore yields are now so attractive they outweigh the problem of foreign exchange restrictions