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With capital outflows and the renminbi largely stabilised, China’s treasury bonds are starting to look more attractive for corporate treasurers
In this new monthly column, J.P. Morgan responds to pressing questions around cash management expressed by treasurers and finance practitioners in Asia-Pacific. This instalment will provide you with simple tips on ...
Could a lull in corporate cash accumulation mean treasurers are on the cusp of a big spend? A survey indicates corporates are reaching for their wallets.
As China's currency hits its highest levels since 2015, analysts say it’s not about to end there. That's already leading to steep foreign exchange losses for some Chinese exporters.
Europe's new financial regulations might be taking the risks out of the market, but it is putting risk back into the boardroom and onto the desks of corporate treasurers
Some of the most far-reaching regulations affecting treasury operations are due to come into effect next year. We give you a rundown on the risks and rewards of these new regimes.
He who doesn’t risk never gets to drink champagne, goes an old Russian proverb. But could you be offering Moet when the board would be just as happy with ginger ale?
Working capital is what keeps your business running, but for many corporate treasurers it can be one of the most problematic treasury functions.
Liquidity lies at the heart of treasury management and getting it right is often a matter of good habits rather than good luck. Here’s a guide to the most important factors to consider.
An estimated $2.6 trillion in overseas earnings lurks out of reach of the US tax man and much of it may be in China. Will US tax reforms mean it finally goes home?