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Where does Libor live in a bank? Why are banks in Asia not looking at Libor transition seriously? Which bank is racing ahead? It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for Libor transition watchers.
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.
If the chipmaker's record $773 million antitrust fine in Taiwan illustrates anything, it’s that rules are changing. No longer do small tech corporates need to be in thrall to powerful suppliers.
Taiwanese SMEs lost an estimated $6.6 billion in TRF (targeted redemption forwards) after the renminbi’s devaluation in 2015. The question now is who will pay back this money?
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.
Surveys show 74% of corporates with renminbi exposures cite CIPS delays as their most important regulatory concern, while others identify deregulation.
The Reserve Bank of India is imposing capital and requirements and deposit restrictions on shadow banks; Bank Negara Malaysia signed an MOU with the People's Bank of China (PBOC) to implement renminbi clearing in ...
PWC ‘s Olivier Grandval, corporate treasury manager at PwC Hong Kong and China, shares his expertise on APAC specific cloud treasury implementations.
To get a ride on one of China’s cash management programmes, you first need to understand why it is offering the tickets.
As China signs onto an intergovernmental agreement to comply with US FATCA regulations, questions remain about formats and deadlines, but its reach is inescapable.