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Emerging economies in Asia are embracing green finance at a faster rate than initially anticipated, a senior banker who specialises in the field told the Corporate Treasurer
Although Libor is set to be retired from 2021 onwards, its spectre is likely to cause hiccups in the transition to risk-free rates
Hong Kong and Singapore are both on the verge of introducing virtual lenders into their markets, but both are taking a contrasting approach to online-only banking. CT takes a look
As Singapore wades into digital lending, with the Monetary Authority of Singapore inviting firms to submit proposals for virtual banks by August, SMEs are set to gain the most
In the first loan to reference an alternative benchmark, CT talks to insiders about the shape of things to come in a post-Libor world
China’s Belt and Road will cut transport times and costs but countries along the trade routes would need to develop better safeguards to address the debt sustainability risks stemming from the project, according to ...
The intensifying spat between the US and China could push refinancing costs sky high for corporates in Asia-Pacific heavily exposed to the dollar, S&P Global Ratings warns.
Amid warnings to embrace new reference rates, corporates in Hong Kong are happy to maintain the status quo until their banking partners step up to the plate and act.
Corporate treasurers dealing with Chinese privately-owned companies should buckle up, as corporate defaults in the country are expected to hit record highs this year
The social media giant is reportedly planning a foray into the world of digital currencies. Watch this space