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China’s banking watchdog sets down a marker on how in-house banks should lend money. The size of the fine, however, is modest.
By adopting a new supplier-financing programme, the Chinese wind power generator is giving its suppliers the flexibility to get paid up to 270 days earlier.
The Lion City's central bank wants to give SMEs greater access to capital by freeing up finance companies’ role in the credit system.
MNCs in India may need to rethink transfer pricing strategies after the government proposed changes to the way capital is repatriated and raised.
The former pariah state hopes to boost its economy by giving foreign banks scope to lend to exporters. Bankers say the development would aid MNCs in the country, but need clarity from the government.
Singapore’s central bank plans to free up bank capital with the launch of a trade finance trading platform. How this will benefits treasurers remains unclear.
A lack of oversight on bank account openings is causing group treasurers headaches when it comes to cash visibility, a new PwC survey shows.
India’s central bank seeks feedback on its plan to issue rules on the increasingly popular form of short-term financing.
China’s X-border transaction curbs are hindering companies that want to pay off debt offshore and increasing their appetite for X-border guarantee financing. But firms must play nice and not step across the line.
Multinationals will be able to avoid the risk of a challenge from tax authorities by sticking to a specified rate proposed by Korea's government.