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Corporates in India are increasingly resorting to pledged shares to secure funding following tighter lending rules and financing difficulties, lawyers warn of troubles in the structure.
As part of K. Wah International’s interest rate risk mitigation strategy, the property firm issued a seven-year fixed-rate bond on September 4. Its CFO explains why.
The region’s top treasurers share their advice on the key strategies when negotiating more favourable credit lines with banks.
A new international accounting rule focused on asset impairment will force companies to review how they report expected losses on receivables and debt security investments.
Multiple corporates have come forward to tout special fund raisings through the Tianjin-Singapore RMB cross-border initiatives on July 9, but space is limited.
Technoform raised a Rmb10 million loan from ICBC in a Chinese-Singaporean pilot initiative that bypasses foreign debt quotas. At least four other companies are following suit.
India‘s ban on manufacturing and infrastructure companies' rupee borrowing from offshore Indian bank subsidiaries may raise their funding costs, lawyers say.
Dutch hydraulic-cylinder maker Hyva transacted its first renminbi inter-company loan from China to its headquarters, completing its application in just two-and-a-half weeks.
SAFE is calling for comments on draft proposals aimed at relaxing FX administration requirements on cross-border loan guarantees.
Standard Chartered’s Frankie Au takes corporates step-by-step through applying to make intercompany renminbi loans.