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The city’s financial regulator plans to streamline regulation of the payment services sector with a single license and a new structure.
Treasurers need to understand the Chinese regulator's thinking when handing cross-border transactions. Its priority now is ensuring such transactions are authentic.
Banks in China have started using blockchain technology in trade finance for transactions totalling more than RMB100 million. Here is how it works.
A wave of cyberattacks could emanate from Pyongyang, experts warn, as the sanctions-hit regime looks for ever more sophisticated ways of getting its hands on hard currency.
Hong Kong will finally have a policy framework for an open application programme interface, cutting payment barriers and enhancing competition in the payment services sector
Proposed regulations under review in Beijing could widen the scope of commercial bribery laws and increase the penalties.
With the launch of Payments Council, the Lion City has vowed to catch up in the mobile payment race through QR codes.
Beijing has released broad measures aimed at improving the environment for foreign corporates, ranging from dividend repatriation, taxation and visa issues
The move will offer more efficient access to emerging markets as well as boosting capital, margin and operational efficiency, CME Group says.
For many corporates and SMEs, cheaper OTC products make the decision easy, but fast and flexible exchange-traded products are gaining traction.