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Although sections of the market seek an extension to the date for phasing out Libor, treasury officials, bankers and lawyers say they are working under the assumption there won’t be any delays.
Covid-19 is shaking up corporate treasurers’ relationship with their banks, and customer preferences are changing, according to a new study by East & Partners (Asia).
The Philippines’ largest mobile network provider has turned to J.P. Morgan for a solution to its real-time treasury needs.
It has been an unprecedented period of calm in the foreign-exchange markets, but corporate treasurers should not be complacent. Here’s why.
For giants like Samsung, M&A could be an engine for growth. Will its shareholder-friendly strategy slow M&A growth at a critical juncture?
For the UK, it was hailed as an historic triumph, reaching an 11th hour agreement after years of hard negotiating. For Asia’s treasurers, however, ‘no deal’ is still the only deal.
There can be little doubt that sustainability is now driving the style and substance of corporate governance. A new KPMG report quantifies exactly how much it has grown.
Keeping across sanctions is a full-time job for compliance officers. But will much really change if Biden wins?
The US banking giant has unveiled Liink, a new brand name for its Interbank Information Network (IIN), as part of moves to boost its blockchain offering.
Mitigating systemic risks when LIBOR expires is all about fallback clauses and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association is taking further steps to firm up the post-IBOR world.