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Pacific Andes, once the world's biggest fish filleter, suspected by New York bankruptcy trustee of using cash raised to buy fish to fund $800 million takeover. The group denies the claim.
China's central bank hopes beefing up a central registration system will lead to an injection of working capital for SMEs. Here's why it could instead cost companies big.
The commodity specialist’s trade finance transaction marks the first agri-letter of credit into China using CargoDocs.
Hunting down late payments is a headache for any corporate, but some internal control policies may help ease the pain.
Transitioning onto the nation’s electronic system can save treasurers in China from a massive paper hunt, but the banking industry needs to be ready first.
Days left to respond to RBI's MNC FX derivatives plans; China to take hold of shadow banking OTC market: IFRS mulls financial statement changes... and more.
*HKMA answers KYC quandary
*Safe encourages electronic documentation in FX receipt/payment
*FATF assessment of Singapore shows ‘strong’ AML framework
*Malaysia sets financial dispute resolution board
The world’s biggest lender by assets, ICBC, is under investigation over a fraud case discovered in the nation’s e-commercial draft system.
The aircraft maker said it had failed to provide full disclosure on its use of third-party agents for sales in the emerging markets. Authorities are looking into the case while freezing credit support.
Bank Indonesia plans to allow major lenders to offer call spreads to firms that need to hedge currency risks, a move that could cut hedging costs in half for some firms.