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As if it wasn’t already bad enough for struggling start-ups, tech businesses and SMEs, China’s shadow banking sector has retreated even further in 2019
Asia regional treasurer of General Mills Christopher Emslie tells CT why it ignored the bad press to choose troubled German bank DB for its cash and liquidity management offering
Is Ant Financial’s purchase of WorldFirst showing the way head for smaller businesses and for the FX market at large?
There are two ways of looking at China $34 trillion in public and private debt - either as a ticking time bomb or as a manageable side-effect of its boom. What’s in it for treasurers?
Despite the trade war, fundamentals in China are still strong. For treasurers looking for a balanced portfolio, ‘barbelling’ might be the way forward
The French bank becomes the third global bank after HSBC and Standard Chartered to be able to underwrite Panda bond sales
Growth at China’s Xiamen Airlines has brought with it complexity, so the company turned to French payments group Ingenico for a solution
Corporate treasurers and CFOs are backing a weaker renminbi in 2019, betting the People’s Bank of China will weaponise the currency to fight the escalating trade war.
Treasurers in Hong Kong are eyeing a US rate hike in September, but as uncertainty lingers – and the gap between the rates in HK and the US remains – the HKMA is left to bail out the currency.
New research shows that for countries with a commitment to Belt and Road, the talk of the renminbi as a currency of settlement is becoming a reality.