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If there’s one thing that corporate treasurers can count on, it’s that Hong Kong is awash with banking liquidity. With underpricing the enemy, it’ll pay to take the long view
CT’s inaugural Hong Kong conference saw over 200 treasury-related professionals enjoy a day of thought-provoking discussion centred around the future of treasury in an increasingly digital and tech-savvy world
When interest rates begin to move there are only two types of treasurer: fixed or floating. What type you are will depend on your exposure and your appetite for risk
Treasurers in Hong Kong are eyeing a US rate hike in September, but as uncertainty lingers – and the gap between the rates in HK and the US remains – the HKMA is left to bail out the currency.
China’s leading optical device manufacturer has seen the equivalent of $29 million wiped out on the back of the renminbi’s devaluation. Meanwhile, the PBoC’s latest move is adding to its pain.
Treasurers tell CT what a return to the reserve requirement on forward trading – which puts the brakes on renminbi-US dollar forwards – will mean for their operations.
Money market funds have so far failed to find favour with treasurers, except in China. A new product in Hong Kong could change all that – if high fees don't get in the way.
China has been pushing for more Panda issuance, and a Hong Kong-listed water supply company has delivered despite not holding the top credit rating. It explains how and why.
Notional cash pooling avoids the physical transfer of foreign exchange, reducing FX risk. The US tech manufacturer's Yvione Zhou explains how it works in Asia.
CT takes a look at Cathay Pacific’s 2017 annual report to see how its treasury is dealing with its fuel hedging strategy and how new accounting practices affect the airline.