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A hierarchical culture makes it easier for companies to cook the books, but will they always be one step ahead of the short sellers? This series looks at how fraud works in Asia
China relaxes rules on corporate bank accounts; China’s has a top year for market fines; China mulls new credit rating rules; China brings in new e-commerce rules
China squares up to bond villains; India allows foreign corporates to deal in commodity derivatives; MAS moves on enforcement; China, Singapore deepen fintech ties; Malaysia eases sukuk regulations.
The FX watchdog is intensifying its crackdown on illegal currency outflows, naming and shaming perpetrators at a greater frequency than before.
In a first for the country's banks, one of China's big-four lenders taps fintech to provide a loan online. The bank says using technology will offer businesses in the agriculture sector easier access to liquidity.
Treasurers tell CT what a return to the reserve requirement on forward trading – which puts the brakes on renminbi-US dollar forwards – will mean for their operations.
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.
Oil and gas multinational may have changed the transfer pricing landscape for all time. Just because two companies have independent boards, a court decided, doesn’t mean it’s arm’s length.
CT takes a look at Cathay Pacific’s 2017 annual report to see how its treasury is dealing with its fuel hedging strategy and how new accounting practices affect the airline.
The regulator clarifies its relaxed rules on forwards settlement in FX and sets out several specific examples of financing needs for which treasurers can use such products to hedge.