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The India Banks Association wants to create a lenders’ consortium to monitor their own debt and ensure borrowers are adhering to pre-agreed rules and patterns.
Global head of cash products Karin Flinspach will return to Europe after three years with StanChart in Asia. Her replacement has not yet been named.
The latest regulatory news, including updates from China, Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia and Pakistan.
The Korean tech giant is still in good financial shape despite hitting news headlines over a faulty phone model.
President Obama officially ended sanctions against Myanmar in a move that should catalyse financial system liberation.
*HKMA answers KYC quandary
*Safe encourages electronic documentation in FX receipt/payment
*FATF assessment of Singapore shows ‘strong’ AML framework
*Malaysia sets financial dispute resolution board
Accenture has announced a prototype for an editable blockchain, but the company says it is for extreme circumstances only.
Long the tool of choice in trade finance, fewer companies are using a letter of credit for its traditional purpose – but don't expect LCs to disappear any time soon.
The digital age has provided companies with piles of information, but few clues on what to do with it all. Now companies can use technology to effectively analyse big data and glean insights into customer behaviour.
Japan goes in strong with an early message to Britain and Europe as it seeks to protect the interests of corporates heavily invested in the United Kingdom ahead of Brexit talks.