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Hong Kong may be roiled in chaos but our second treasury-focused conference saw 100+ treasury professionals gather on Wednesday to discuss supply chain relocation challenges, Libor transition updates and more.
Corporates using eTradeConnect, a Hong Kong-based trade finance platform, will be able to digitally exchange shipping documents, but individuals at Hong Kong FinTech Week warned the voyage ahead might be choppy.
A fishbowl discussion at GTR Asia saw an animated debate between ‘frenemies’ - an international banker and three fintech representatives - on how to tackle the persistent $1.5 trillion trade finance gap
Is the future of treasury really going to be all about pushing the right button? Or will a human being always need to make sure the figures are in order? CTHK had the answer to these and many other questions
The Belt and Road Initiative could dramatically benefit China Inc., but a lack of policy coordination, homework and cultural understanding will seriously dampen the effect, experts at CT’s China Outbound conference warn.