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Companies in China are more confident than they’ve been for five years, according to the latest survey. But going forward, will the picture always remain this rosy?
CFO tells CT how he used a cross-currency swap to cut the effective interest rate on long-term bonds from 4.7% to 2.2%. He also discusses reducing the number of bank relationships
Increasingly, treasurers rely on internal and external systems, and large corporations have expensive, automated TMS. At its heart however is the idea that information means business.
New renminbi rules will reduce the cost and risk of hedging, to the benefit of treasurers. China’s regulator is making the changes to slow the currency’s appreciation.
CFOs and treasurers from leading Indian corporates join CT and Visa to debate digital solutions and managing cross-border payments in a fast-changing financial landscape.
Some 52% of Hong Kong-based enterprises questioned by KPMG have no interest in taking advantage of city's treasury tax incentives. Will its deep-pocketed government fight back?
Treasury chief Sandip Basu on his award-winning team's currency hedging, robust policies and Tata Steel’s bespoke strategies.
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.