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Where does Libor live in a bank? Why are banks in Asia not looking at Libor transition seriously? Which bank is racing ahead? It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for Libor transition watchers.
Two days of volatility in SOFR, the main contender to replace Libor, has cast doubt on its suitability as a new benchmark rate for corporate financial activity
The Reserve Bank of India is taking a less proscriptive approach towards foreign borrowings by local entities
Publicly listed companies in Hong Kong will grudgingly have to accept mandatory disclosure of ESG-related risks as the new norm next year.
Although Libor is set to be retired from 2021 onwards, its spectre is likely to cause hiccups in the transition to risk-free rates
The People’s Bank of China has announced a cut in the reserve required ratio – a move that is expected to inject $175bn into the economy - but treasurers should still be wary of reading too much into the move
Many Chinese peer-to-peer lending firms are facing closure, but analysts say fears of contagion in the wider economy are exaggerated.
Grappling with China’s huge shadow banking market is necessary but smaller companies are in for a rough ride.
China has been pushing for more Panda issuance, and a Hong Kong-listed water supply company has delivered despite not holding the top credit rating. It explains how and why.
As Beijing finally acts to restrict controversial, opaque, risky wealth management products, CT looks at what the impact will be for corporate treasurers.