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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
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.
Amid warnings to embrace new reference rates, corporates in Hong Kong are happy to maintain the status quo until their banking partners step up to the plate and act.
Steady pickup in money markets using the Secured Overnight Financing Rate is helping financial industry participants formulate fallback language for existing financial products that use Libor.
Frances Hinden, Shell’s vice president of treasury said that Libor is deeply embedded within a corporate’s business. How should treasurers prepare?
When interest rates begin to move there are only two types of treasurer: fixed or floating. What type you are will depend on your exposure and your appetite for risk
If traditional industries are the ground troops in the looming conflict, cross-border e-commerce platform Youkeshu is China’s militia. Its CFO talks trade warfare, hedging strategy and bank relationships.
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.
A 7% slump in the renminbi's value as the winds of trade war blow has an unwanted consequence: 2016-style capital controls and difficulty in withdrawing money from the country.