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Corporate treasurers dealing with Chinese privately-owned companies should buckle up, as corporate defaults in the country are expected to hit record highs this year
Victory for the Brexit Party at the European elections is set to have uncertain ramifications for pound sterling. Meanwhile, treasurers in the UK are bracing for a slowdown after a stockpiling binge.
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
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.
China's decision to reduce bank reserve requirements, the third such move this year, surprised no one. But the timing and nature of the latest cut are clearly linked to the risk of a trade war.
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.
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.
Some of the world’s top companies – also including Roche, GE and others – join Swift’s global payment initiative pilot. But whether other “Swift corporates” will be able to go GPI-active remains to be seen.
While today's technology makes it possible to process payments instantly, deep-rooted issues such as reconciliation, AML, compliance and FX seriously hamper banks’ abilities to evolve.
The RBI will let non-residents participate in the interest rate swap markets, introduce a mandatory loan component in working capital finance and allow rupee 'swaptions'