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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.
From crude solutions such as extending payment terms to complex arrangements such as supply chain finance, treasurers must keep all plates spinning in working capital management.
Treasurers are always on the look out for cheap sources of funding and a small sukuk green bond issuance from a solar project in Sabah could be showing the way
Purchase of domestic companies and strategic investment in listed stocks now only requires registration, rather than approval, with the Ministry of Commerce
Green bonds are gaining traction in the West but in China they're booming. For corporate treasurers seeking to raise funds, green bonds are gaining strength
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 incentive is part of a package in support of a massive infrastructure push that is expected to chime with China’s Belt and Road Initiative as Bangkok drums up support for high-value investments
The government is attempting to repair the tarnished image of public-private partnerships by offering high-quality assets. But CFOs say maintaining relations with local officials will be key to securing the right deals.
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.