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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.
Toshiba’s reform of its audit committee came too late to save the firm’s reputation for fiscal probity. Other Japanese firms need to take note and avoid a similar fall from grace.
British voters have voted decisively to leave the European Union, with markets reacting in predictable fashion. Badly.
Companies - both Western and Asian - are finding creative ways to make cross-border payments in the region more efficient.
With a referendum being held on June 23, a British exit from the European Union is now a distinct possibility. CT asks what the financial impact could be.
Thailand’s petroleum giant tells CT how it centralised cash and liquidity management to cut down its minimal working capital requirement and support more investments.
PWC ‘s Olivier Grandval, corporate treasury manager at PwC Hong Kong and China, shares his expertise on APAC specific cloud treasury implementations.
A joint CT CBA poll examines the behaviour of corporate treasury departments throughout Asia-Pacific and finds dependence on counterparty ratings and local treasuries limited by central policy.
Stefan Jensen, project manager, at LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton talks about the implementation of its global payments factory.
China’s easing of cross-border cash flows may, paradoxically, diminish the value of placing treasury teams in the country.