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CT’s inaugural Hong Kong conference saw over 200 treasury-related professionals enjoy a day of thought-provoking discussion centred around the future of treasury in an increasingly digital and tech-savvy world
Group treasurer Wan Chun Shong took CT on a spin through the Malaysian auto giant's new Kyriba system at our CTCFO Malaysia event. Here's what we learned.
Ten banks have entered a pilot programme of Cips phase II, which will allow 24-hour operation and net flow clearance.
Cryptocurrencies have raised hopes that paying for goods and services across borders will one day be as simple as making domestic payment. Will reality one day meet expectations?
A wave of cyberattacks could emanate from Pyongyang, experts warn, as the sanctions-hit regime looks for ever more sophisticated ways of getting its hands on hard currency.
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.
With the Chinese currency sending out contradictory signals, is it time to hedge, sell or settle with renminbi? Four experts discuss its future.
As the upstart blockchain seeks to become part of the cross-border payment firmament, can it really topple Swift's monopoly? CT speaks to Ripple about its push into Asia.
CT spoke with DFS and Tencent to find out how treasurers are surfing the WeChat Pay phenomenon and why PSP settlement is giving the e-pay platform the edge
Trafigura, Natixis, and IBM launch new blockchain ledger geared for crude oil trade finance. They say every party in the payment ecosystem will be able to access it and benefit from the technology