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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'
ABB, GE, Honeywell and Siemens have already profited from the Belt and Road Initiative. CT tells you how to help your company do so too – while minimising the risks.
Companies in China are more confident than they’ve been for five years, according to the latest survey. But going forward, will the picture always remain this rosy?
CFO tells CT how he used a cross-currency swap to cut the effective interest rate on long-term bonds from 4.7% to 2.2%. He also discusses reducing the number of bank relationships
New renminbi rules will reduce the cost and risk of hedging, to the benefit of treasurers. China’s regulator is making the changes to slow the currency’s appreciation.
Some of the most far-reaching regulations affecting treasury operations are due to come into effect next year. We give you a rundown on the risks and rewards of these new regimes.