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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.
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.
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.
A lack of oversight on bank account openings is causing group treasurers headaches when it comes to cash visibility, a new PwC survey shows.
China’s oldest conglomerate aims for a modern treasury transformation.
The China-based multinational can now bypass banks and get the best onshore rates for renminbi and foreign exchange settlement.
As a dollar-reporting company largely exposed to the renminbi – a currency that is depreciating against the US dollar – what would you do to cut the losses?
As of next year, commercial drafts worth $450,000 or more will have to be conducted electronically, China’s central bank has ordered. The move follows a string of fraud cases.
While they have reduced accounts receivable days, some Chinese companies must improve working capital management to hasten collection of cash payment from sales, Fitch Ratings says.
The world’s biggest lender by assets, ICBC, is under investigation over a fraud case discovered in the nation’s e-commercial draft system.