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The city’s financial regulator plans to streamline regulation of the payment services sector with a single license and a new structure.
Treasurers need to understand the Chinese regulator's thinking when handing cross-border transactions. Its priority now is ensuring such transactions are authentic.
The central bank seeks to establish a list of commodities that can be hedged by all companies with direct exposure. In step, it also plans to allow greater FX hedging activity.
China’s securities watchdog is tightening its grip on IPO approvals and treasurers need to be forewarned and forearmed when it comes to floating a company
A simple model for predicting Rmb movement, based on options traded in Hong Kong, can cut through the fog that surrounds China's currency, study finds.
Relaxed forex and customs rules will allow businesses in city's free trade area to operate as they would in freewheeling Singapore and Hong Kong, state media says.
Handling multiple foreign currencies has always been a headache for treasurers, but multicurrency netting is just one of the solutions that is being finessed by service providers.
There are signs China’s central planners are keen to throw in the towel on the renminbi as enthusiasm for supporting it with valuable foreign currency reserves wanes.
Instead of relying on estimation and sometimes even blind luck, treasurers can now quantify the cost and benefit of transaction services with simulation services
With outbound M&A on the rise, coming up with a post-acquisition management plan must be a top priority for financial chiefs at Chinese companies.