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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
The Japanese company plans to reduce its reliance on bank loans by borrowing from subsidiaries with ample cash in a bid to raise $1.8bln of its $2.7bln funding needs.
As Donald Trump looks to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the remaining nations have three options available to them to salvage the situation. Either way, access to trade finance will continue to suffer.
India's central bank proposes change to rules that force subsidiaries to settle their own hedging transactions, a move that would cut costs and improve efficiency for MNCs.
A survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit points to concerns that keep corporate treasurers awake at night.
Japan goes in strong with an early message to Britain and Europe as it seeks to protect the interests of corporates heavily invested in the United Kingdom ahead of Brexit talks.
*Hong Kong launches fintech sandbox
*SFC designates CCPs for OTC derivative transactions
*PBoC to rule China’s bond market
*Korea opens world’s first Fintech Open Platform
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is as unpopular among Democrats and Republicans as Wall Street, meaning it may not materialise.
Essar Group concluded the world’s first online reserve auction for liquefied natural gas, a canny move in an uncertain market.
The percentage of Asia-Pacific companies reporting late payment issues remained high in 2015, and the situation isn’t expected to get better, with China proving a special concern.