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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.
Claims from influential financial blogs that China is setting up its new payment system to bypass the US are overblown.
Analysts at Fitch Ratings say Asia-Pacific banks' vulnerability rises as China’s growth is slowing and economists at multiple institutions cut GDP estimates for the country.
The messaging provider claims concerns raised by influential financial blogs about its relationship with China are factually incorrect.
Surveys show 74% of corporates with renminbi exposures cite CIPS delays as their most important regulatory concern, while others identify deregulation.
UPDATE: SWIFT may be squeezed out of China’s International Payment System (CIPS) planned initial launch in September.
HSBC has promoted Kee Joo Wong tohead of payments and cash management for Asia-Pacific. He replaces John Laurens, who took up the top transaction role at DBS.
PWC ‘s Olivier Grandval, corporate treasury manager at PwC Hong Kong and China, shares his expertise on APAC specific cloud treasury implementations.
Treasurers are finding alarming discrepancies in how they are charged for bank services and are pushing for transparent billing.
CT's Cash Management Chronicle has been updated with deals between between Bunge and JP Morgan; as well as Hong-Wei and Standard Chartered.