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Pacific Andes, once the world's biggest fish filleter, suspected by New York bankruptcy trustee of using cash raised to buy fish to fund $800 million takeover. The group denies the claim.
The Japanese company plans to reduce its reliance on bank loans by borrowing from subsidiaries with ample cash in a bid to raise $1.8bln of its $2.7bln funding needs.
The country's central bank tells CT that a move to relax ringgit hedging restrictions won't just apply to financial institutions.
China puts outbound trade payments under the microscope in bid to tackle illegal foreign exchange transactions. For treasurers, it means more work to comply and big risks for those that fail to do so.
Malaysia’s PM promises to deliver some ‘liberalisation’ in the domestic FX market in the future, months after the country banned the offshore NDF market. But the lack of detail is disappointing.
MNCs in Vietnam have received clearer guidance on transfer pricing compliance but putting them into practice will be challenging.
China’s banking watchdog sets down a marker on how in-house banks should lend money. The size of the fine, however, is modest.
High scores in the banking regulator’s benchmarking exercise are vital if an IHB is to win approval to expand its range of services. CT spoke to an SOE treasurer on how the process works.
Almost nine in ten companies operating in China experienced some form of fraud in 2016, with one third naming senior/middle management as key perpetrators, according to a recent Kroll report.
Fragmentation and divergence in regulations have left banks and corporations scrambling to keep up. It's time for that to change.