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When it comes to risk, every business is different. But when corporate treasurers hedge, the strategies they use can be a very blunt instrument
Wesfarmers group treasurer Cliff Allison and executive general manager of corporate affairs Naomi Flutter spoke to CT about their latest ESG loan
In the business it’s known as MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) and it’s one of the worst hit sectors of the coronavirus epidemic. But who stumps up when a conference is cancelled?
Experience, as they say, is the name we give our mistakes. Black Swan events such as the coronavirus can be as good as foresight ... in hindsight
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?
Ever since Chinese regulators lowered the red-tape barriers to green bonds, there’s been an outbreak of issuances. It might be good for treasury working capital, but is it healthy?
As global investors increasingly seek haven assets, in Asia at least, corporates are taking advantage of low yields to raise hard currency debt
The number of treasurers that believe it’s a critical mandate for the treasury function to become a profit centre has nearly doubled, according to Deloitte
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?
Changing consumer tastes? Brexit? Even hot summers? Could Thomas Cook's problems have been averted with a chief liquidity officer. CT examines the arguments for expanding the C-suite