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Where does Libor live in a bank? Why are banks in Asia not looking at Libor transition seriously? Which bank is racing ahead? It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for Libor transition watchers.
Taiwanese SMEs lost an estimated $6.6 billion in TRF (targeted redemption forwards) after the renminbi’s devaluation in 2015. The question now is who will pay back this money?
The IMF has endorsed the renminbi as a freely usable currency, recognising China’s increased importance in the global financial market. The renminbi’s journey to attaining this status was never straightforward.
Since the central bank dramatically changed the way it values the dong, treasurers have been warned to become proactive about monitoring and managing new risks associated with it.
Selling of risky target redemption forwards could hurt Taiwan’s private sector banks if the renminbi dips another 10%.
South Korea’s economy is suffering; the nation’s most pressing issue is defend against the the slowing China economy.
Are equity investors reacting to crude debt statistics, or are we at risk of analysing things that aren’t there?
Following the move by the People’s Bank of China to devalue the renminbi, CT compiles excerpts from analyst reports to assess what it means for Asia’s treasurers.
As the Chinese currency frees itself from the yoke of state control, treasurers should start protecting against unforeseen volatility.
Taiwanese corporate treasurers it seems. A slight dip in the value of the Chinese currency has caught a lot of them off guard.