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It can be red faces all round when it comes to debt financing without a healthy dose of ESG. Even in cost-sensitive emerging markets sustainable finance is going mainstream.
For many of Asia’s corporates that come under US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting rules, keeping risk disclosure relevant is what new regulations are all about.
China is introducing new draft rules on beneficial ownership in a bid to bring anti-money laundering in line with international standards.
Although sections of the market seek an extension to the date for phasing out Libor, treasury officials, bankers and lawyers say they are working under the assumption there won’t be any delays.
China’s M&A activity increased by 20% in 2020 to the highest level since 2016. What’s behind the spectacular rise and deals bonanza?
For the UK, it was hailed as an historic triumph, reaching an 11th hour agreement after years of hard negotiating. For Asia’s treasurers, however, ‘no deal’ is still the only deal.
New online lending regulation for small businesses to further constrain microloans and preempt systematic risk, especially from informal lending by fintechs, ratings agency says.
Valuations might be down but the volume of mergers and acquisitions is showing no signs of slowing down, and neither is fraud. Alvarez & Marsal’s Chris Fordham and Trevor Dick elaborate on the risks for corporate ...
Increased supervision of China's banks would likely contribute to the stability of the global financial system, given the nation's large economy and its importance to emerging markets.
There can be little doubt that sustainability is now driving the style and substance of corporate governance. A new KPMG report quantifies exactly how much it has grown.