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Letters of credit may be a necessary evil that prolongs the trade process, but financial regulators in the two cities are pushing blockchain as a way to solve an old problem.
Due to a lack of pre-payment control, demand for using credit cards for procurement purposes is still very low. However, recent developments in Australia could change all that.
Jerome Tan, CFO of IMI explains how to manage a successful overseas acquisition, and how to conduct effective due diligence, and prevent unnecessary tax exposure.
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
It’s not all doom despite the deleveraging, say currency experts. Early signs are there that central bank regulations to stem capital outflows are beginning to bear fruit.
Almost 40% of financial institutions are struggling to meet the January deadline to implement IFRS 9, a survey shows. Only a third are fully prepared.
New rules imposing capital floors are being keenly debated – especially among German, French and Japanese banks. The outcome could be critical for corporate treasurers in emerging markets.
The Indian FMCG is working with the State Bank of India to provide non-recourse working capital financing for key distributors in India. CT explains how.
Suppliers should consider offering dynamic discounts to give both themselves and their customers more options to manage working capital. This need not be conducted through traditional bank platforms delegates at CT ...
China’s banking watchdog sets down a marker on how in-house banks should lend money. The size of the fine, however, is modest.