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Commercial paper transaction processed in minutes rather than days as corporates take a major step toward fully blockchain-based securities trading
New regulations have put the future of notional pooling in question. But Asia's capital controls mean treasurers at some multinationals still see it as key to handling trapped cash in the region.
Notional cash pooling avoids the physical transfer of foreign exchange, reducing FX risk. The US tech manufacturer's Yvione Zhou explains how it works in Asia.
Belgian multinational Solvay reveals how it made pooling work — while another treasurer tells how his company fell foul of a policy change. Both agree keeping regulators onside is key.
Oil and gas multinational may have changed the transfer pricing landscape for all time. Just because two companies have independent boards, a court decided, doesn’t mean it’s arm’s length.
The chemical giant is moving payments out of China to Thailand while switching hedging activities back to its Brussels head office. Its treasury team explains how it's going to work.
The regulator clarifies its relaxed rules on forwards settlement in FX and sets out several specific examples of financing needs for which treasurers can use such products to hedge.
The Japanese trading giant is dipping into Thailand's 'regulatory sandbox' to try a new payments solution. But scaling up this blockchain solution isn't going to happen any time soon.
Treasurers have a duty to keep tax costs down—and often use complicated structures to do so—but where do they draw the line? A fresh report reveals the common structures used by aged care providers to reduce tax.
As cash-strapped banks offer high rates for long-term deposits, a wise treasurer tell CT he's sticking to one-month deposits. After all, rates can only go up as liquidity is squeezed further.