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Financial firms can’t seem to come to an agreement on the unofficial “pre-cessation” trigger that will signal the beginning of the end for Libor. Meanwhile, SOFR faces some controversy.
As the cliff-edge of Libor’s demise approaches, corporates are caught in a chicken and egg problem of alternative benchmarks with limited liquidity. Can it be fixed?
As policy makers begin to roll back almost a decade of cross-border cooperation in Asia Pacific regulation, corporate treasurers will need a fragmented approach
Blockchain? Libor? IFRS 9? What's a treasurer to do? CT takes a look at the best-read stories of 2018 as we wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year
News the central bank is to relax regulations requiring exporters to convert proceeds into ringgit is being warmly received in the region.
In one month, China’s foreign exchange regulator has fined 48 corporates, banks and individuals. European chemistry giant Solvay, as well as HSBC, are on the list.
China’s leading optical device manufacturer has seen the equivalent of $29 million wiped out on the back of the renminbi’s devaluation. Meanwhile, the PBoC’s latest move is adding to its pain.
As trade tensions deepen, charting a path through increasingly desynchronised economies is becoming more difficult. Citi’s lead Asia economist tells CT what treasurers need to prepare for.
It’s one of the Asia Pacific’s fastest growing economies, but it can also be one of the more volatile. A central banker tells corporate treasurers what to watch out for in the Southeast Asian powerhouse.
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.