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The growth of e-payments in China could cause major headaches for its central bank's monetary policy, including making depositors more sensitive to rates.
Always keen not to play guinea pig to new products and strategies, treasurers run the risk of stifling innovation. They occassionally need to be bold.
The IMF could announce this week whether it wants to add renminbi to the special drawing rights basket of currencies. Some banks are betting that China has done enough.
Once again, the investment bank is ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting its future interests.
The flagship Malaysian conglomerate will detail its award-winning payments strategy with more coming at CTWeek in Singapore.
The UK lender is no longer taking on any new international trade and cash mandates outside of the UK and Ireland.
How many times has cash management been given a formal mention by a world leader, especially one vying for the presidency? At least once - in Indonesia.
Amid a host of anti-money laundering regulations, lenders are tightening the screws on cross-border payments. Treasurers in Hong Kong, for example, are being requested to supply detailed information on beneficiaries ...
The regulators' looms over bankers that service corporate treasurers' key operations, but disruptive technology is taking advantage.
CT teams up with East & Partners to run the numbers on DBS transaction bank under Tom McCabe's tenure.