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HSBC’s strategic push to Asia promises explicit investment in transaction banking platforms and lending rates set to undercut existing lenders*, but the shift will be far less substantial than presumed.
In order to meet the needs of China’s multinationals expanding abroad, Safe is overhauling its foreign debt rules so that Chinese MNC’s can better support overseas subsidiaries.
European banks are potentially being priced out of the notional pooling market due to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Basel-III implementation.
Baoxin Auto has has claimed frontrunner status in the Shanghai tree trade zone (SFTZ) with foreign currency borrowing from offshore markets through HSBC.
CT's Working Capital Chronicle has been updated with new cross-border China cash management solutions from Freescale/JP Morgan, Keppel/Standard Chartered, and a commodities trading firm with HSBC.
Basel III proposals requiring banks to report intra-day liquidity will severely stifle correspondent relationships, but the infrastructure could be valuable to companies.
Political events can affect treasury operations, but preventative measures will alleviate threats to normal funding and payments.
CT's Cash Management Chronicle has been updated with deals between between Bunge and JP Morgan; as well as Hong-Wei and Standard Chartered.
Treasurers and CFOs report concerns over short-term debt and liquidity management transaction banking services they receive, according to East & Partners research.
SWIFT gives corporations their own space at the annual SIBOS conference but went a little too far at Osaka 2012.