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It’s annual report time and companies like the British pharma giant are setting out the multimillion-dollar impact business events such as Brexit could have.
As tycoon Li Ka-shing steps down, we take a look under the hood of the company's financials and assess how it approaches some evergreen treasury challenges.
After much consternation over controversial new hedging laws, Malaysia's central bank has further clarifies (again) its position on what corporates can and cannot do. The rules are now live.
The Malaysian plantations-to-industrials giant wants to list two “pure-play” businesses in order to tap capital markets and funding more effectively.
Apparently not, it seems. Few Singaporean corporates are ready to adopt the new revenue recognition standard, according to a survey.
Cash pooling, FX and interest rate hedging are to be spared the tax rod after the US Treasury reportedly agreed to create a safe harbour for these activities.
At CT’s Shenzhen-based treasury conference, the central banks of Hong Kong and Singapore outline their treasury centre strategies for China’s aspirational corporates.
For use in Islamic hedging transactions, new FX forwards standards have been created that prevent the need for financial institutions to use up their balance sheet.
Above lower tax levels for treasury centres, Singapore will also allow more related entities to benefit from qualified activities
ABB's Singapore treasurer explains how it created a system to detect and prevent dodgy payments.