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Treasurers need to understand the Chinese regulator's thinking when handing cross-border transactions. Its priority now is ensuring such transactions are authentic.
The central bank seeks to establish a list of commodities that can be hedged by all companies with direct exposure. In step, it also plans to allow greater FX hedging activity.
A simple model for predicting Rmb movement, based on options traded in Hong Kong, can cut through the fog that surrounds China's currency, study finds.
Fierce competition from Japanese banks is cutting the cost of transaction banking for corporates, but is it good for the market in the long run?
Bribery and corruption can pose reputational and legal threats to corporates – and China is not the only offender when it comes to shoddy due diligence, a survey shows.
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.
Bank Negara Malaysia's stance may harm the ringgit but will have little influence on trading in Singapore or the attitude of offshore investors, experts argue.
Korea: corporate tax to rise for the first time since 1990, Singapore: MAS establishes e payments council, China: Ministry of Finance clarifies SOE investment regulation, Vietnam orders banks to reduce interest rates
The Lion City hatches scheme to cover credit rating expenses, subject to a cap of $S400,000, in a bid to build its local bond market
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