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After much consternation over controversial new hedging laws, Malaysia's central bank has further clarifies (again) its position on what corporates can and cannot do. The rules are now live.
The country's central bank tells CT that a move to relax ringgit hedging restrictions won't just apply to financial institutions.
The Malaysian plantations-to-industrials giant wants to list two “pure-play” businesses in order to tap capital markets and funding more effectively.
The UK’s surprise decision to leave the European Union sparked panic, but FX experts CT talked to think things are returning to business as usual.
Given the demand to grow outside of China, why do so few companies have fully fledged international treasury policies?
The IMF has endorsed the renminbi as a freely usable currency, recognising China’s increased importance in the global financial market. The renminbi’s journey to attaining this status was never straightforward.
Corporate treasurers of some of the world’s largest companies discuss why and where they established their regional treasury centres (RTCs).
Companies - both Western and Asian - are finding creative ways to make cross-border payments in the region more efficient.
Since the central bank dramatically changed the way it values the dong, treasurers have been warned to become proactive about monitoring and managing new risks associated with it.
KP Lau, managing director and head of SSC, BASF has decided to retire. Andreas Biermann has replaced him.