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Money market funds have so far failed to find favour with treasurers, except in China. A new product in Hong Kong could change all that – if high fees don't get in the way.
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.
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.
CFOs and treasurers see one-month Hibor rising to 1.5% by June from 0.85% now; this might be a good time to use IRS to lock in the interest rate.
As tycoon Li Ka-shing steps down, we take a look under the hood of the company's financials and assess how it approaches some evergreen treasury challenges.
From today Chinese financial institutions no longer have to set aside 20 per cent of the value of dollar purchases. For treasurers, that means lower costs and an opportunity to hedge.
The BOJ has cut key interest rates below zero to reinvigorate Japan’s economy where most options have been exhausted. CT answers key questions about the policy.
The development of the AEC is exciting, but many areas – particularly services and
finance – will remain heavily protected.
Large Chinese corporates such as Tencent and Alibaba told CT they would consider investing in certificates of deposit, a cash instrument that China’s central bank made available to corporates last week.
The People’s Bank of China announced yesterday afternoon that corporates can now invest in certificates of deposit, a much needed move to complete interest rate liberalisation