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The People’s Bank of China cut the one year deposit lending rates and upper interest limits allowed to be offered on deposits above the benchmark rate; Bank Indonesia issued policies designed to support the ...
As part of K. Wah International’s interest rate risk mitigation strategy, the property firm issued a seven-year fixed-rate bond on September 4. Its CFO explains why.
Singapore’s central bank has proposed criminal and civil sanctions for benchmark manipulation in a bid to improve trading transparency. Experts are divided whether it will work.
China’s central bank has lifted controls on foreign currency deposit rates in Shanghai, opening up rate competition beyond the walls of the FTZ.
Singapore’s banks will cease publishing an offshore rupiah reference rate, treasurers with outstanding contracts will have to switch to the onshore rate.
SAFE is calling for comments on draft proposals aimed at relaxing FX administration requirements on cross-border loan guarantees.
China’s central bank launched a voluntary Shanghai Clearing House for renminbi interest rate swaps in a bid to mitigate counterparty risk.
China now allows more banks to qualify to sell renminbi and FX derivatives, giving Chinese corporates more hedging products as demand grows following RMB rates liberalisation.
Citic Bank argues China’s interest rate liberalisation is making it easier for small and medium-sized companies to raise funds, and it will only get easier.