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Publicly listed companies in Hong Kong will grudgingly have to accept mandatory disclosure of ESG-related risks as the new norm next year.
Although Libor is set to be retired from 2021 onwards, its spectre is likely to cause hiccups in the transition to risk-free rates
Compliance work related to derivatives will reduce under revised European regulations but get your early reporting in to qualify for exemptions and avoid unnecessary queries later
Corporate treasurers dealing with Chinese privately-owned companies should buckle up, as corporate defaults in the country are expected to hit record highs this year
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.
The social media giant is reportedly planning a foray into the world of digital currencies. Watch this space
India’s notorious ‘promoters’ – the local name for company owners – once made little distinction between their firm’s money and their own. A new law aims to put an end to all of that, but will it work? CT investigates
After a two-year suspension, China’s forex authority outlined last week it would make it easier for foreign companies to implement cross-border liquidity and payment structures once more
Singapore’s money market fund (MMF) segment is small but analysts say it could benefit from European reforms. What’s in it for corporate treasurers?
Frances Hinden, Shell’s vice president of treasury said that Libor is deeply embedded within a corporate’s business. How should treasurers prepare?