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Given EM’s increased dependency on FX debt, the world is in dire of need of the restructuring tools to deal with the potential fallout from rate tightening, Bank of Thailand chief warns.
As tycoon Li Ka-shing steps down, we take a look under the hood of the company's financials and assess how it approaches some evergreen treasury challenges.
With a simple tweak to its deposit management, the Indian FMCG has potentially added almost $40,000 to the bottom line.
Due to regulatory requirements, banks are keen to promote repos to cash-rich corporates. They certainly offer a different risk return profile, but it is questionable how appetising the product is.
Credit spreads on short-term debt are expected to gap out as MMF managers rush to invest in government treasuries.
The People’s Bank of China announced yesterday afternoon that corporates can now invest in certificates of deposit, a much needed move to complete interest rate liberalisation
Once again, the investment bank is ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting its future interests.
Fearful of crunches in liquidity, China’s securities watchdog wishes to overhaul money market fund regulations. They are broadly in line with international standards.
The UK lender is no longer taking on any new international trade and cash mandates outside of the UK and Ireland.
With the Royal Bank of Scotland out of the market for treasurers in Asia-Pacific, East & Partners Asia and CT reveal Asia’s best service providers for both cash management and trade finance in 2014.