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Head of Commercial Treasury Abel Martins Alexandre spoke to CT about relocating its treasury from London to Singapore – and what it took to transform its treasury into a commerical entity
With the foreign exchange market looking at increasing uncertainty in the year ahead, how you manage your foreign exchange risk will be crucial to success in the year ahead.
Getting the jump on FX movements is an artform: it involves finding common themes in disparate narratives and knitting them into real world scenarios. CT looks at some of the meatier metrics.
Japan grants cryptocurrency body regulatory powers; blockchain firms in China need to register identities; Trading begins at Shenzhen-based HKEx owned commodities exchange.
CorporateTreasurer explains its reasoning behind the winners from our inaugural China Awards for the Best Transaction Banks and Solutions, in collaboration with FinanceAsia
A new survey looks at the shape of things to come for corporate treasurers. Will you be driving smaller teams with greater responsibility, or automating yourself out of existence?
The Philippine central bank is resorting to a measure first implemented in the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. Is this the first sign of a big chill in regional FX markets?
The People’s Bank of China has announced a cut in the reserve required ratio – a move that is expected to inject $175bn into the economy - but treasurers should still be wary of reading too much into the move
Non-deliverable forward contracts (NDFs) have been an important tool for managing emerging market currency exposures. CT explores how a new instrument in Indonesia could give new depth to the market
Corporate treasurers and CFOs are backing a weaker renminbi in 2019, betting the People’s Bank of China will weaponise the currency to fight the escalating trade war.