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Letters of credit may be a necessary evil that prolongs the trade process, but financial regulators in the two cities are pushing blockchain as a way to solve an old problem.
In distress situations, companies often seek creative ways to stretch their liquidity – and structured payables are gaining popularity. But be careful, these programmes can quickly turn your payables into debt.
While the People’s Bank of China hopes cuts to its reserve rate ratio will inject liquidity into the SME market, the fundamentals still weigh heavily against it.
Due to a lack of pre-payment control, demand for using credit cards for procurement purposes is still very low. However, recent developments in Australia could change all that.
The Lion City's plan to help bond issuers get rated was well-received on its announcement, but how has it fared so far? CT takes a look.
Non-listed companies with turnover of up to HK$100 million will have their credit information shared by lenders. That could push borrowing costs down – or up.
Jerome Tan, CFO of IMI explains how to manage a successful overseas acquisition, and how to conduct effective due diligence, and prevent unnecessary tax exposure.
Most companies will make a change to their debt at some point; CT looks at the perils and pitfalls of renegotiating debt.
For treasurers at the centre of China’s efforts to cool the bubbling property sector, offshore yields are now so attractive they outweigh the problem of foreign exchange restrictions
In China, where fintech is already ubiquitous, one company has set its sights on serving millions of SMEs neglected by the existing supply chain finance system.