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CT explores the pre-emptive measures Australian corporates are taking as they navigate the new market landscape caused by the coronavirus
Card companies are joining forces with fraud detection firms to finetune the dispute resolution process around chargebacks, or reversal of outgoing transfers initiated by cardholders.
Moody’s takes a look at how reverse factoring contributed to the defaults of three European companies, and suggests steps companies can take to insulate themselves from liquidity risk
The corporate treasuries of a range of large Australian businesses can now take advantage of the country’s first cloud-based e-procurement platform.
Working capital is what keeps your business running, but for many corporate treasurers it can be one of the most problematic treasury functions.
Banks in China have started using blockchain technology in trade finance for transactions totalling more than RMB100 million. Here is how it works.
Due to a lack of pre-payment control, demand for using credit cards for procurement purposes is still very low. However, recent developments in Australia could change all that.
Before its stock rout, China Huishan Dairy Holdings was already running on a muddy path, haunted by its weak financial balance.
Suppliers should consider offering dynamic discounts to give both themselves and their customers more options to manage working capital. This need not be conducted through traditional bank platforms delegates at CT ...
By adopting a new supplier-financing programme, the Chinese wind power generator is giving its suppliers the flexibility to get paid up to 270 days earlier.