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For the UK, it was hailed as an historic triumph, reaching an 11th hour agreement after years of hard negotiating. For Asia’s treasurers, however, ‘no deal’ is still the only deal.
Valuations might be down but the volume of mergers and acquisitions is showing no signs of slowing down, and neither is fraud. Alvarez & Marsal’s Chris Fordham and Trevor Dick elaborate on the risks for corporate ...
There can be little doubt that sustainability is now driving the style and substance of corporate governance. A new KPMG report quantifies exactly how much it has grown.
Mox, the fifth of Hong Kong’s virtual banks, launched last month, showing a solid initial response. But what’s the future for the others and what’s in it for corporate treasurers?
Keeping across sanctions is a full-time job for compliance officers. But will much really change if Biden wins?
Mitigating systemic risks when LIBOR expires is all about fallback clauses and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association is taking further steps to firm up the post-IBOR world.
Hong Kong is anxious to enter the race as a serious contender for private equity investment coming out of China – a potentially huge market
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is looking to formally guide banks to embed environmental risk assessment into their risk management policies
Now that Hong Kong has its Beijing-imposed National Security Law, some are calling it the ‘real handover’. So what are the options – and what does it mean - for its 1,300 foreign companies?
Capital outflows and HKD pressure reflects two sides of the same coin. The good news is the monetary system works; the bad news is that an expiration date is approaching