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China targets shadow banking, asset management and internet finance in a raft of new regulations over the past month.
Hong Kong and Singapore might present themselves as the only spots to host RTCs. But corporates say setting up in China's capital can see a treasury unit play another role entirely...
This Visa/Corporate Treasurer roundtable drills down on corporate cash management behaviour, the problems of forecasting and how to relieve supplier payment bottlenecks
Banks in China have started using blockchain technology in trade finance for transactions totalling more than RMB100 million. Here is how it works.
TMS startup IBSFINtech – launched by three former bankers as a retirement project – is now looking at expanding outside India with units in Dubai and Singapore
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.
Citi and UOB transaction bankers answer all the questions you ever wanted to raise about supply chain finance but were afraid to ask.
The soft drink giant’s Philippines operation required an army of people to process thousands of invoices a month. Its supplier portal has changed all of that.
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.
It’s said the secret to a good relationship is never having an opinion – and it seems the same applies to hedging. One of Hong Kong’s most successful funds tells CT how to get hedging right.