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With the first interest rate swap transaction referencing the new Singapore Overnight Rate Average, the island state hopes to stay ahead of regional peers.
There's little doubt that Hong Kong and Singapore are facing tough times, but their banks are quietly confident they're tough enough to withstand the earnings pressure
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.
A recent Goldman Sachs report estimates that capital flows worth $4bn have been lost to Singapore as a result of the recent HK unrest. Where does this leave Hong Kong as a corporate treasury hub?
Protests, riots and mayhem – it’s enough to give any treasurer indigestion. So is it time to move your treasury operations to Singapore, or should you wait out the storm?
Amid warnings to embrace new reference rates, corporates in Hong Kong are happy to maintain the status quo until their banking partners step up to the plate and act.
Exclusive research on behalf of CT reveals that competitive product pricing is not the top factor when it comes to committing to a new mandate.
Corporate treasurers have been braced for a volatile year of interest rate hikes, but the latest move by the Fed is signalling that the peaceniks are gaining the upper hand
The latest five-year CDS spreads of global and regional banks, provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence