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As policy makers begin to roll back almost a decade of cross-border cooperation in Asia Pacific regulation, corporate treasurers will need a fragmented approach
In terms of accounting standard changes, IFRS 16 represents something of a big bang. However, a new survey shows corporates in Asia are behind in implementation
China relaxes rules on corporate bank accounts; China’s has a top year for market fines; China mulls new credit rating rules; China brings in new e-commerce rules
US enforcement action this year resulted in a $280m settlement and provides a textbook case in everything your compliance officer needs to know about anti-bribery programmes.
As a Hong Kong's regulator slaps a HK$5 million fine on a bank that breached money laundering regulations, CT looks at the work being done behind the scenes to improve KYC technology.
In a first for the country's banks, one of China's big-four lenders taps fintech to provide a loan online. The bank says using technology will offer businesses in the agriculture sector easier access to liquidity.
Treasurers tell CT what a return to the reserve requirement on forward trading – which puts the brakes on renminbi-US dollar forwards – will mean for their operations.
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.
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.
In China, telecoms giant ZTE is on the front pages presented as a pawn in a larger political game, but the lessons of looking out for compliance apply to every corporate treasury in the region