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As Asia’s economies grow, a business intelligence firm warns that a growing disconnect between distant headquarters and local offices could lead to an increase in fraud as internal audit teams fail to meet the mark.
RBS and Bank of China announced their first commodity transaction using the Bolero electronic trade finance platform, following deals executed by Japan’s Mizuho Bank in March and China CITIC Bank last November.