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Covid-19 is shaking up corporate treasurers’ relationship with their banks, and customer preferences are changing, according to a new study by East & Partners (Asia).
It has been an unprecedented period of calm in the foreign-exchange markets, but corporate treasurers should not be complacent. Here’s why.
For giants like Samsung, M&A could be an engine for growth. Will its shareholder-friendly strategy slow M&A growth at a critical juncture?
For the UK, it was hailed as an historic triumph, reaching an 11th hour agreement after years of hard negotiating. For Asia’s treasurers, however, ‘no deal’ is still the only deal.
Valuations might be down but the volume of mergers and acquisitions is showing no signs of slowing down, and neither is fraud. Alvarez & Marsal’s Chris Fordham and Trevor Dick elaborate on the risks for corporate ...
Private firms and local government-owned entities more likely to see lengthening receivable cycles, particularly in engineering & construction sector, ratings agency says.
Mox, the fifth of Hong Kong’s virtual banks, launched last month, showing a solid initial response. But what’s the future for the others and what’s in it for corporate treasurers?
German lender says new service will round out its corporate transactional banking portfolio in the country and that it intends to also serve domestic clients there with global needs.
Kyriba's Chief Financial Officer Hamza Benamar, a fintech veteran, speaks to CT about what’s next for the global leader in cloud finance and IT solutions.
As treasurers in Asia review their post-pandemic liquid investment options, many are considering allocating to money market funds (MMFs) to preserve capital amidst lower interest rates.