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Treasurers have a duty to keep tax costs down—and often use complicated structures to do so—but where do they draw the line? A fresh report reveals the common structures used by aged care providers to reduce tax.
As Beijing finally acts to restrict controversial, opaque, risky wealth management products, CT looks at what the impact will be for corporate treasurers.
While a cut to banks' reserve requirements should lower borrowing costs, a change to wealth management rules will do the opposite. It's all about getting borrowers away from so-called 'shadow banks'.
A recent survey reveals 64% of Hong Kong CFOs have hired an employee who has not been a good fit with the team. CT looks at ways to avoid this situation.
The RBI will let non-residents participate in the interest rate swap markets, introduce a mandatory loan component in working capital finance and allow rupee 'swaptions'
ABB, GE, Honeywell and Siemens have already profited from the Belt and Road Initiative. CT tells you how to help your company do so too – while minimising the risks.
CFOs and treasurers see one-month Hibor rising to 1.5% by June from 0.85% now; this might be a good time to use IRS to lock in the interest rate.
Ten banks have entered a pilot programme of Cips phase II, which will allow 24-hour operation and net flow clearance.
A massive tax reduction plan promoted by Premier Li Keqiang is intended to boost small and medium-sized enterprises. Treasurers may want to revisit contracts and renegotiate pricing.
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.