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Just as others – including heavyweights IBM and JP Morgan – are racing into the cryptocurrency space, Citibank is getting out. Just how useful will this kind of tech be for corporate treasury?
What do corporate treasurers and Kim Jong Un have in common? A burning need to know how to operate, or operate in, an open economy with a closed political system
China tightens reins on blockchain; Singapore to limit e-wallet size; China increases QFII quota; Philippines and Singapore join forces on derivatives; Basel slashes bank capital requirements
MUFG and NTT DATA plan to build a blockchain trade highway that will ease bilateral trade between two of Asia's leading trading nations.
China targets shadow banking, asset management and internet finance in a raft of new regulations over the past month.
Instead of relying on estimation and sometimes even blind luck, treasurers can now quantify the cost and benefit of transaction services with simulation services
CT spoke with DFS and Tencent to find out how treasurers are surfing the WeChat Pay phenomenon and why PSP settlement is giving the e-pay platform the edge
The IMF has endorsed the renminbi as a freely usable currency, recognising China’s increased importance in the global financial market. The renminbi’s journey to attaining this status was never straightforward.
The development of the AEC is exciting, but many areas – particularly services and
finance – will remain heavily protected.
The IMF could announce this week whether it wants to add renminbi to the special drawing rights basket of currencies. Some banks are betting that China has done enough.