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In the same way that wars fast track civilian technology, the war on the coronavirus could well result in a boost for fintech solutions
When it comes to the bounce back, the markets and analysts are looking to more permanent damage. The coronavirus recovery is likely to be U-shaped, they say, rather than V-shaped
Supply chains squeezed, deliveries delayed and consumption collapsing, these are testing times for treasurers. CT looks at how much stretch there can be in contract language.
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?
It seems fitting that China - the first country in the world to invent paper money - should also be the first to go cashless. But could it create more problems, particularly for payments, than it solves?
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.
Two days of volatility in SOFR, the main contender to replace Libor, has cast doubt on its suitability as a new benchmark rate for corporate financial activity
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?
Steady pickup in money markets using the Secured Overnight Financing Rate is helping financial industry participants formulate fallback language for existing financial products that use Libor.
After a two-year suspension, China’s forex authority outlined last week it would make it easier for foreign companies to implement cross-border liquidity and payment structures once more