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International trade sounds glamourous, but often entails enough paperwork to sink a battleship. CT speaks to Bolero which fixed the first electronic bill of lading for a Taiwanese shipper.
The advent of open banking promises much, but without standardisation corporates and banks risk an open banking ecosystem that is piecemeal and fragmented.
Events at Alibaba and JD.com have put the arcane but ubiquitous Chinese corporate legal structure in the news; how safe are they for foreign corporates and is change in the air?
For corporate treasurers at Chinese manufacturers relief is at hand. China’s Ministry of Finance announces export tax rebates on 397 items to soften the impact of trade tariffs.
A new law that makes e-commerce platforms in China liable for intellectual property breaches boosts penalties for counterfeit goods.
Just four years after it was fined $280 million for manipulating Libor, the bank becomes the first to issue bonds linked to its alternative, Sonia.
Trade financing – where financial institutions provide credit facilities to guarantee exchange of goods – is long overdue a blockchain overhaul. Standard Chartered and Siemens believe they’ve made the first step.
As the trade war threatens to spill over into a currency war, China’s renminbi is back in the spotlight. CT spoke to Deutsche Bank about key corporate considerations when hedging the Chinese Rmb.
Treasurers in Hong Kong are eyeing a US rate hike in September, but as uncertainty lingers – and the gap between the rates in HK and the US remains – the HKMA is left to bail out the currency.
Cherry-picking corporate treasurers are causing problems for regional financial institutions which are losing wallet share to their more nimble counterparts.