Cash, Trade, Payments, Funding
Financial markets, Operations, Technology
Tax, Compliance, Governance
Moves, Case studies, Corporate strategy
Conference, Webinars, Roundtables
Find out who is the best in the business
226 results found
Reform might spell the end of the interest rate benchmark, but it’s just the start of a whole heap of painful admin for the treasury team.
With the US Federal Reserve already eyeing the interest rate levers in 2018, could corporate treasuries be facing peak cheap cash? Here’s a checklist of what to do.
With capital outflows and the renminbi largely stabilised, China’s treasury bonds are starting to look more attractive for corporate treasurers
Analysing 803 listed Chinese companies, ANZ concludes that despite a worrying increase in debt levels, China Inc.’s ability to pay off debt has actually improved.
From the PBOC’s currency cuts to the lessons of Samsung, we look at some of the stories that most affected corporate treasurers across the region this year
The PBOC’s latest salvo is aimed at the online micro-lending sector, but is it time to call a truce in the war on shadow banking?
Bank Indonesia governor pledges to reduce reserve burden for Islamic banks and those holding foreign currency deposits, in move to reduce the impact of US rate hikes.
Hong Kong and Singapore might present themselves as the only spots to host RTCs. But corporates say setting up in China's capital can see a treasury unit play another role entirely...
It’s said the secret to a good relationship is never having an opinion – and it seems the same applies to hedging. One of Hong Kong’s most successful funds tells CT how to get hedging right.
With an estimated $14 trillion in debt lurking off non-bank balance sheets, is it time to put FX-related debt back onto balance sheets? Corporates are likely to disagree.