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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.
Almost nine in ten companies operating in China experienced some form of fraud in 2016, with one third naming senior/middle management as key perpetrators, according to a recent Kroll report.
Multinationals will be able to avoid the risk of a challenge from tax authorities by sticking to a specified rate proposed by Korea's government.
Singapore’s tax authority rolls out new rules on transfer pricing reporting. Multinationals will have to invest in people and resources to ensure they are compliant.
US financial institutions will be hardest hit by US regulatory change, but their counterparties and some end users – including corporates – are also likely to feel the impact.
Both China and Hong Kong are attempting to tackle businesses that have deliberately mis-invoiced goods traded across the border to sneak money offshore.
Banking integration is widely seen as an obstacle to a truly united Asean economic community, but Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines have made progress on the issue.
As the People’s Bank of China steps up its curb on capital outflows, it has U-turned on its well-publicised cross-border renminbi cash pooling policy. Spooked treasurers are tackling the issue head on.
Following IMF’s decision to include renminbi in its currency basket, CT compiles excerpts from latest analyst reports underlining its implications for treasurers.