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Mox, the fifth of Hong Kong’s virtual banks, launched last month, showing a solid initial response. But what’s the future for the others and what’s in it for corporate treasurers?
The US banking giant has unveiled Liink, a new brand name for its Interbank Information Network (IIN), as part of moves to boost its blockchain offering.
For banks that deal with small businesses and B2Bs, the future lies in the right infrastructure for low-value payments. SWIFT's new pilot aims to run low-value payments on gpi's rails
The DBS and agribusiness group Wilmar have been the first to use Singapore's alternative to the scandal-tainted LIBOR index
When setting up a cash pool there are various legal implications to consider. CT looks under the hood at licensing requirements.
BNP Paribas lends European credentials to Australian issuance of a series of equity-linked green bonds totalling A$140million
The Singapore based financial technology start-up aims to transform the corporate loan market with an all-to-all electronic market and trading platform
For fintech, at least, there’s been no greater fillip than a pandemic. J.P. Morgan tells CT how sign-ups for its e-signature service have surged during lockdown
Paperless trade is moving up the value chain as heavy-hitters such as Rio Tinto and Baosteel conduct the first paperless iron ore deal in renminbi
Keeping it all going under these conditions requires corporate treasurers to keep more plates spinning in the air. CT spoke with some of the region's leading bankers about what treasurers need to focus on