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New rules on a form of business-to-business lending show the regulator is getting serious about the ‘hidden risks’ of the sector.
In an attempt to fix naked malfeasance, the latest ticket from China’s banking regulator will keep banks on the straight and narrow. That will help higher-rated borrowers.
A British company's high-profile collapse raises a question for all financial directors – when should you blow the whistle, how hard should you blow it and when is it time to declare it fatal?
Corporates would need to set out in detail how they comply with the corporate code rather than simply ticking the boxes.
Complex, arcane and with a withering amount of accompanying analysis, how the EU regulation will affect Asia's treasurers remains unclear. CT presents this quick guide.
Regulators are placing increasing importance on codes of conduct. While compliance might not be strictly essential, your licence to trade could hinge on it in future.
Europe's new financial regulations might be taking the risks out of the market, but it is putting risk back into the boardroom and onto the desks of corporate treasurers
From China to Indonesia, Korea and Japan, 2018 will see a changing of the regulatory guard. Will it make a real difference or is it a case of plus ca change?
Treasurers have long been frustrated by bureaucratic, protectionist rules from New Delhi; the latest reforms raise hopes the Modi government will deliver better.
China's regulator will no longer prop up its currency using the so-called "counter-cyclical" factor after it hit 6.5 to the dollar. Treasurers may now have to change their assumptions.