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The city’s financial regulator plans to streamline regulation of the payment services sector with a single license and a new structure.
Treasurers need to understand the Chinese regulator's thinking when handing cross-border transactions. Its priority now is ensuring such transactions are authentic.
The central bank seeks to establish a list of commodities that can be hedged by all companies with direct exposure. In step, it also plans to allow greater FX hedging activity.
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
Relaxed forex and customs rules will allow businesses in city's free trade area to operate as they would in freewheeling Singapore and Hong Kong, state media says.
There are signs China’s central planners are keen to throw in the towel on the renminbi as enthusiasm for supporting it with valuable foreign currency reserves wanes.
At a time when regulatory pressure has forced large Chinese conglomerates such as Wanda to wind back overseas acquisition, the forex regulator says Beijing is still open for business.
Bank Negara Malaysia's stance may harm the ringgit but will have little influence on trading in Singapore or the attitude of offshore investors, experts argue.
With increasing liberalisation, the Chinese financial market is seeing more cash investment options than ever, but Danone's Asia treasurer cautions of the need to be aware of regulatory U-turns that can sour a deal
In a sign that SAFE means business, the regulator last week issued fines for 25 breaches of China’s tougher foreign exchange regulations