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China puts outbound trade payments under the microscope in bid to tackle illegal foreign exchange transactions. For treasurers, it means more work to comply and big risks for those that fail to do so.
Before its stock rout, China Huishan Dairy Holdings was already running on a muddy path, haunted by its weak financial balance.
By adopting a new supplier-financing programme, the Chinese wind power generator is giving its suppliers the flexibility to get paid up to 270 days earlier.
The Lion City's central bank wants to give SMEs greater access to capital by freeing up finance companies’ role in the credit system.
China’s central bank tightens requirements for outbound renminbi payments via banks only a month after implementing ratio rules.
Transitioning onto the nation’s electronic system can save treasurers in China from a massive paper hunt, but the banking industry needs to be ready first.
A transaction from Hong Kong was the first cross-border renminbi payment cleared offshore using China’s new international payment system.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority is making cybersecurity defence a mandatory rule for banks to implement. But where’s the mandatory rule for firms? Maybe treasurers should establish one.
Amid reports of cyberattacks designed to hack the user end of a Swift software interface, CT checks where risk and accountability align for firms in the event of cyberfraud.
The IMF has endorsed the renminbi as a freely usable currency, recognising China’s increased importance in the global financial market. The renminbi’s journey to attaining this status was never straightforward.