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Overshadowed by Brexit but no less impactful, the end of Libor is a big bang for contracts worth trillions. ISDA’s Anne Battle says treasurers need to shore up contract fallbacks sooner rather than later.
China squares up to bond villains; India allows foreign corporates to deal in commodity derivatives; MAS moves on enforcement; China, Singapore deepen fintech ties; Malaysia eases sukuk regulations.
News the fintech startup has signed a deal with a top-ten US bank has improved its share price, but will it – eventually – improve your treasury operations? CT takes a look.
Corporate treasurers and CFOs are backing a weaker renminbi in 2019, betting the People’s Bank of China will weaponise the currency to fight the escalating trade war.
US and Singapore agree to share fintech information; Singapore, HK combine multiple QR codes into one label; Indonesia to lower the ceiling on import duty exemption.
Corporate treasuries in the firing line of the second salvo of US-imposed tariffs must now dodge China’s response. Is it time to create separate risk management departments?
International trade sounds glamourous, but often entails enough paperwork to sink a battleship. CT speaks to Bolero which fixed the first electronic bill of lading for a Taiwanese shipper.
A revolution in the way the public pays is being echoed in the corporate world. As the likes of BAML roll out innovation payment solutions for corporates, treasurers are weighing up the benefit.
The advent of open banking promises much, but without standardisation corporates and banks risk an open banking ecosystem that is piecemeal and fragmented.
Events at Alibaba and JD.com have put the arcane but ubiquitous Chinese corporate legal structure in the news; how safe are they for foreign corporates and is change in the air?