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China targets shadow banking, asset management and internet finance in a raft of new regulations over the past month.
The two cities agree to launch blockchain infrastructure aimed at making cross-border trade and financing cheaper, safer, and more efficient
China’s securities watchdog is tightening its grip on IPO approvals and treasurers need to be forewarned and forearmed when it comes to floating a company
Handling multiple foreign currencies has always been a headache for treasurers, but multicurrency netting is just one of the solutions that is being finessed by service providers.
essDOCS co-founder and chief executive officer Alexander Goulandris spoke to CT about the new paperless world of trade finance and why blockchain’s time has yet to come.
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.
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.
Instead of relying on estimation and sometimes even blind luck, treasurers can now quantify the cost and benefit of transaction services with simulation services
Taiwanese SMEs lost an estimated $6.6 billion in TRF (targeted redemption forwards) after the renminbi’s devaluation in 2015. The question now is who will pay back this money?
While the People’s Bank of China hopes cuts to its reserve rate ratio will inject liquidity into the SME market, the fundamentals still weigh heavily against it.