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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.
Philippines finance minister Cesar V. Purisima and delegates at CT’s recent event in Manila outlined strategies for growth in the country and how companies will benefit.
Top analysts and accountants say Noble Group’s response to attacks on the integrity of its financial statements and accounting was textbook.
While China regulatory coverage is often framed as a gradual opening, the new foreign investment law may have shifted the narrative.
Corporates in Indonesia are concerned over new Bank Indonesia rules designed to limit exposures to foreign debt, calling one particular provision “ridiculous”.
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.
The US SEC has ramped up its enforcement over pot penny stocks, begging the question: why were they there in the first place?
That’s precisely what econtext Asia CFO Tomohiro Yamaguchi did in order to execute a funding strategy outside of a volatile and weakening yen.
Reporters cry foul on Chinese investment structures in the British Virgin Islands, but it’s a system that fostered Alibaba.