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With heavyweights such as Deutsche Bank now joining the IIN, the network is scaling up. In just 12 months, it now includes more than 300 banks, many of them from APAC
J.P. Morgan’s Asian head of wholesale payments for Asia Pacific outlines the bank’s vision to offer “locally nuanced” solutions to help treasuries handle local business problems
The corporate treasuries of a range of large Australian businesses can now take advantage of the country’s first cloud-based e-procurement platform.
Two Asia-focused cross-border payment start-ups - Airwallex and InstaRem – are out to disrupt cross-border payments for businesses in the region. How soon will it be before we're all using them?
Swift announces that corporates can now enrol for a multibank payment tracker service first made available two years back to financial institutions. How much will it cost? And does it matter?
On the money-themed day of RISE – Hong Kong’s annual tech conference - fintechs working on enterprise payments were in the spotlight. Will 5G technology make a difference? If so, how much?
China's currency watchdog upgraded its rules on centralised cross-border fund management in March. Three months later, Delphi Technologies and Deutsche Bank had a cross-border pooling solution in place
Stuck payments are the bane of the treasurer’s life, sometimes taking weeks to resolve. Chong Hing Bank spoke to CT about why it’s using J.P. Morgan’s blockchain network
The partnership will allow its clients to reach a greater pool of Vietnamese consumers. Meanwhile, Chinese giants Alipay and WeChat Pay are also expected to make an entrance in the market.
Hong Kong finally plays catch up with India and China by issuing virtual bank licences. For corporate treasuries, the presence of virtual competition is set to be a boon