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Supply chains stretched to breaking point, compliance spend all but collapsed and strange work-from-home measures; put it together and corporates can expect an uptick in fraud
China is now embarking on some expensive medicine to ease its economic recovery, earmarking a further RMB1 trillion (US$141 billion) for SMEs
It's likely you've got plenty on your plate at the moment, so Swift's decision to delay the implementation of the new industry standard for cross-border payments is coming as a relief
The London Interbank Offered Rate has registered its biggest one-day drop in more than a decade. For borrowers it’s a bonanza, but for lenders?
Expectations that banks will be able to recoup losses from low interest rates by hiking fees remain unrealistic given the weak overall economic conditions in China and Hong Kong
S&P Global Market Intelligence believes digital banking contenders Sea and the Grab-Singtel consortium are the most likely to gain coveted digital bank licences in Singapore
With its GDP under pressure, China has set its monetary policy so that leverage will bolster the wider economy. For shadow banking it’s all good news
Australia’s second-largest bank lost its CEO earlier today after a cross-border transaction service was alleged to have broken anti-money laundering rules.
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.
China regulation on facial recognition tech awaited; HK, Singapore grant new licences to financial entities; India slashes corporate tax rate