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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.
Hunting down late payments is a headache for any corporate, but some internal control policies may help ease the pain.
Days left to respond to RBI's MNC FX derivatives plans; China to take hold of shadow banking OTC market: IFRS mulls financial statement changes... and more.
The central bank is rolling out of an exchange trading place for bill transactions, with paper-based bills going to the forefront.
By setting up a bill pool to collectively manage bank acceptance bills, treasury manpower can be significantly saved. But the solution has its limitations too.
*HKMA answers KYC quandary
*Safe encourages electronic documentation in FX receipt/payment
*FATF assessment of Singapore shows ‘strong’ AML framework
*Malaysia sets financial dispute resolution board
The world’s biggest lender by assets, ICBC, is under investigation over a fraud case discovered in the nation’s e-commercial draft system.
The aircraft maker said it had failed to provide full disclosure on its use of third-party agents for sales in the emerging markets. Authorities are looking into the case while freezing credit support.
The US lender is looking to increase its wallet share among Asia-based multinational corporate clients. Munir Nanji, Asia sales head for treasury and trade solutions at Citi, tells CT how.
*Chongqing and Singapore to seal deals worth $1.6 bln under third X-border initiative
*Indonesia eyes CCP establishment for derivatives by 2018
*China eases FTZ investment rules