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Bribery and corruption can pose reputational and legal threats to corporates – and China is not the only offender when it comes to shoddy due diligence, a survey shows.
With an estimated $14 trillion in debt lurking off non-bank balance sheets, is it time to put FX-related debt back onto balance sheets? Corporates are likely to disagree.
After years of debate, HK considers a reform that would allow transfers of losses among subsidiaries. In Beijing, it seems even further away, but there are ways to pay less tax.
From today Chinese financial institutions no longer have to set aside 20 per cent of the value of dollar purchases. For treasurers, that means lower costs and an opportunity to hedge.
The Lion City's plan to help bond issuers get rated was well-received on its announcement, but how has it fared so far? CT takes a look.
Initial coin offerings have grown fast and furious as a form of fund-raising, but some argue a ban by Beijing might just be the start of a new dawn for virtual currencies
International payment network Swift has a long record but blockchain-based upstarts such as Ripple are nipping at its heels. Here, insiders from Swift and Ripple go head to head.
Thailand’s state-owned oil and gas company saved millions on withholding tax on debt after setting up a regional treasury centre in… well... Thailand.
The growth of e-payments in China could cause major headaches for its central bank's monetary policy, including making depositors more sensitive to rates.
In a world of volatile commodity prices and giddying currency fluctuations, hedging and derivatives make sense. But could your hedge be increasing your exposure?