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As the cliff-edge of Libor’s demise approaches, corporates are caught in a chicken and egg problem of alternative benchmarks with limited liquidity. Can it be fixed?
Asia regional treasurer of General Mills Christopher Emslie tells CT why it ignored the bad press to choose troubled German bank DB for its cash and liquidity management offering
As far as offshore renminbi hubs outside of Hong Kong go, London rules the roost, but Australia’s quiet but determined bid is showing what an RMB ecosystem could look like
As its main resources exporter, Australia’s fortunes may be highly linked to China’s. However, there are early signs of decoupling. What does this mean for liquidity?
Head of Commercial Treasury Abel Martins Alexandre spoke to CT about relocating its treasury from London to Singapore – and what it took to transform its treasury into a commerical entity
HSBC and BNP Paribas are behind a blockchain-enabled letter of credit for a bulk shipment of iron ore between Australia and China, cutting a two-day process down to two hours
Telco on the look out for a new finance chief after company veteran jumps ship to subscription broadcaster Foxtel.
With no ready replacement after Libor’s expected demise, what can treasurers expect in terms of a working rate benchmark. CT waltzes you through one option being worked on in Australia.
With the world's key interest rate benchmark set to disappear as soon as 2021, those expecting an easy transition risk a rude awakening, a top Australian official says.
For one corporate treasurer, working out an effective hedging strategy was a matter of getting to the bottom of the board’s risk appetite.