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In the same way that wars fast track civilian technology, the war on the coronavirus could well result in a boost for fintech solutions
It's likely you've got plenty on your plate at the moment, so Swift's decision to delay the implementation of the new industry standard for cross-border payments is coming as a relief
How do you pay invoices, when there's no one to process them? A veteran supply chain and trade banker has told CT that the Covid-19 outbreak is having the inadvertent effect of boosting digitisation
When it comes to the bounce back, the markets and analysts are looking to more permanent damage. The coronavirus recovery is likely to be U-shaped, they say, rather than V-shaped
Supply chains squeezed, deliveries delayed and consumption collapsing, these are testing times for treasurers. CT looks at how much stretch there can be in contract language.
Expectations that banks will be able to recoup losses from low interest rates by hiking fees remain unrealistic given the weak overall economic conditions in China and Hong Kong
The corporate treasurer's role requires practitioners not only to comply with regulation but to anticipate it as well. CT looks into the year ahead to see what treasurers can expect.
Anti-greenwashing legislation is due to come into effect in the EU by 2021. CT takes a look at what it could mean for businesses in the Asia Pacific region
TMA published feedback from market participants on HONIA as the successor to HIBOR in late December but unlike its US counterpart SOFR, Asian businesses are taking time to adapt
It seems fitting that China - the first country in the world to invent paper money - should also be the first to go cashless. But could it create more problems, particularly for payments, than it solves?