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Overshadowed by Brexit but no less impactful, the end of Libor is a big bang for contracts worth trillions. ISDA’s Anne Battle says treasurers need to shore up contract fallbacks sooner rather than later.
China squares up to bond villains; India allows foreign corporates to deal in commodity derivatives; MAS moves on enforcement; China, Singapore deepen fintech ties; Malaysia eases sukuk regulations.
Corporate treasurers and CFOs are backing a weaker renminbi in 2019, betting the People’s Bank of China will weaponise the currency to fight the escalating trade war.
US and Singapore agree to share fintech information; Singapore, HK combine multiple QR codes into one label; Indonesia to lower the ceiling on import duty exemption.
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.
Events at Alibaba and JD.com have put the arcane but ubiquitous Chinese corporate legal structure in the news; how safe are they for foreign corporates and is change in the air?
Just four years after it was fined $280 million for manipulating Libor, the bank becomes the first to issue bonds linked to its alternative, Sonia.
US enforcement action this year resulted in a $280m settlement and provides a textbook case in everything your compliance officer needs to know about anti-bribery programmes.
As a Hong Kong's regulator slaps a HK$5 million fine on a bank that breached money laundering regulations, CT looks at the work being done behind the scenes to improve KYC technology.
It's not just Twitter and Facebook: a new survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai shows VPN policy is causing trouble for 56% of foreign companies operating in China.