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As Hong Kong’s protests stretch into their fourth month, at least two of the city’s new virtual banks have decided on a delayed soft launch of the financial product
Regulators extend control of Anbang; Mainland regulations boost HK reinsurers; HK passes bill on profits tax exemption; Singapore and Europe agree on derivatives trading
Amid a welter of public accusations and counter claims, a bizarre spat is emerging at the troubled electric car firm whose main backer is controversial LeEco founder Jia Yueting.
The HKMA has moved to simplify procedures for opening a bank account, scrapping the need for address verification. But will it compromise the city’s fight against money laundering?
Tense, quickfire negotiations between Wanda, Sunac and R&F Properties demonstrate the tough new regulatory environment Chinese treasurers operate in.
From a small Hong Kong office, a state-owned giant manages billions that bankroll global energy projects. Now, it's looking at taking its cash-pooling solutions global.
Corporate treasurers in Hong Kong will watch pricing closely following the Moody's downgrades, though the wider outlook for local corporates is likely to remain robust.
As the virtual currency's value explodes, one expert sees a day where it becomes a vital part of the treasury arsenal ... or even replaces the corporate treasurer entirely.
Reproposed position limits seen as providing regulatory bulwark for corporates and improving market efficiency.
The new rule is expected to help US-based corporates operating in the Asia-Pacific reduce costs.