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New research shows that for countries with a commitment to Belt and Road, the talk of the renminbi as a currency of settlement is becoming a reality.
As trade tensions deepen, charting a path through increasingly desynchronised economies is becoming more difficult. Citi’s lead Asia economist tells CT what treasurers need to prepare for.
India’s central bank increased the repo rate for the second time in two months, but the potential for a slowdown means these rate increases could also be reversed.
The controversial tech firm has made the news for the wrong reasons of late, but its treasury is one to follow – sharing its experience with some of the country's biggest corporates.
A new discussion draft on financial transactions may point the way for future laws on transfer pricing and the role of corporate treasury in intragroup transactions.
Stretching Libor term rates to cover its replacement Sonia has been difficult, but Britain's central bank has set out a solution in a new consultation paper.
It's not just Twitter and Facebook: a new survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai shows VPN policy is causing trouble for 56% of foreign companies operating in China.
Do it once, do it well has always been the tradesman’s motto. Corporates looking for a similar KYC gold standard may have found it in JP Morgan’s new Data Once platform
If your company has an employee share scheme, your treasury needs to be across the changes in IFRS2. CT looks at what you need to know
In the battle between Hong Kong and Singapore to become the region’s premier treasury hub, Hong Kong is seen gaining ground