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The commodity specialist’s trade finance transaction marks the first agri-letter of credit into China using CargoDocs.
Singapore’s tax authority rolls out new rules on transfer pricing reporting. Multinationals will have to invest in people and resources to ensure they are compliant.
Asia-based corporate treasurers and CFOs have no need to hit the panic button about a potential British exit from the European Union, experts say.
Both China and Hong Kong are attempting to tackle businesses that have deliberately mis-invoiced goods traded across the border to sneak money offshore.
Amid reports of cyberattacks designed to hack the user end of a Swift software interface, CT checks where risk and accountability align for firms in the event of cyberfraud.
US-headquartered Carlisle needed to manage its excess cash in China. Its CFO for Asia-Pacific tells CT how this was done.
German lighting producer Osram has been given the “green light” by the PBoC to expand its China pooling structure nationwide. It is working with Deutsche Bank on the upgrade.
Nadeem Ashraf, trade execution lead at Cargill, tells CT the difficulties of breaking from the age-old way of doing global trades.
Surveys reveal treasurers are longing for an integrated platform for clearer visibility of liquidity and the ability to directly execute payments.
With the increasing liberalisation of renminbi, corporates such as IKEA are using it for trade settlement, treasury currency, as well as an investment instrument.