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Treasurers in Asia have a key role in avoiding the dangers posed by third-party misconduct. An EY survey shows many need to up their compliance efforts.
Risk consultants say the enormous scope and vague nature of the law, which kicks in today, mean MNCs will struggle to avoid falling foul of it.
Sources confirm access to onshore CNY rates will be available offshore to companies within two weeks, reducing the need for them to open onshore accounts.
China’s central bank is pushing large companies and banks to get on board in a bid to relieve cashflow pain among China’s small businesses.
Borrowers in China are now faced with a clampdown as the banking watchdog sets oversight on how lenders should deal with the collateral pledged for loans.
China’s top policymaker turns on the tap (again) for companies to sweep renminbi funds across borders via two-way renminbi cash pooling ... though it's not entirely clear how this differs from the existing regime.
The country's central bank tells CT that a move to relax ringgit hedging restrictions won't just apply to financial institutions.
Deputy governor of China's central bank offers assurances and a plan for currency convertibility. While the RMB capital market has seen its pricing advantage ebb away, analysts expect it to open up.
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.
The central bank is now making it easier for renminbi to be remitted, but conditions still apply. Treasurers in China are, however, holding fire until more information is available, CT understands.