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Some 16.1% of the Top 100 revenue ranked corporates in China expect to actively pursue cross-border M&A deals in the next 12 months
Supply chains stretched to breaking point, compliance spend all but collapsed and strange work-from-home measures; put it together and corporates can expect an uptick in fraud
There can never be a good time to have a pandemic, but with annual reports due, what should a company tell its investors?
China’s foreign currency regulator is to allow Chinese corporations to borrow 25% more from overseas in a bid to ease the liquidity strain on coronavirus hit corporations
The London Interbank Offered Rate has registered its biggest one-day drop in more than a decade. For borrowers it’s a bonanza, but for lenders?
The City of London has wasted no time getting out of the Brexit blocks, putting India firmly in its sights as a market for London as a corporate treasury hub
Questions are beginning to grow around “goodwill” and just lately the FASB has waded in. How much is it really worth and how do you measure it?
There were some big stories in 2019, but the cheap price of borrowing is likely to continue to bleed into 2020. CT takes a look at the best-read stories of 2019 as we wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and a very ...
New research from EY looks at where trust is built and whether artificial intelligence can build a culture of openness and transparency in corporate reporting
With its GDP under pressure, China has set its monetary policy so that leverage will bolster the wider economy. For shadow banking it’s all good news