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The growth of e-payments in China could cause major headaches for its central bank's monetary policy, including making depositors more sensitive to rates.
After much consternation over controversial new hedging laws, Malaysia's central bank has further clarifies (again) its position on what corporates can and cannot do. The rules are now live.
The Malaysian plantations-to-industrials giant wants to list two “pure-play” businesses in order to tap capital markets and funding more effectively.
Given the demand to grow outside of China, why do so few companies have fully fledged international treasury policies?
Given the momentum the OECD has, the way your RTC is presently set up could leave you with egg on your face.
Did you know the first ever version of Excel was actually made for the Mac?
Selling of risky target redemption forwards could hurt Taiwan’s private sector banks if the renminbi dips another 10%.
The IMF could announce this week whether it wants to add renminbi to the special drawing rights basket of currencies. Some banks are betting that China has done enough.
Singapore is delivering mixed messages over its appetite to offer regional treasury centre tax perks.
The rupiah’s 17-year low against the US dollar is placing great pressure on Indonesian companies, notably property developers, who need to pay off their FX debt, credit agencies are warning. Many are also painfully ...