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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.
The rise of blockchain is leading tax authorities to re-examine how to tax entities in a world where decentralised settlement mechanisms rule
There were high hopes when the Pakatan Harapan coalition came to power in Malaysia in 2018 that it would mark a complete break with the past. Is that hope now confronting a more hostile reality?
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
Hong Kong might have a business bureaucracy that’s a modern marvel, but it also faces new laws that could rattle its standing as one of the world’s easiest places to do business
Last month, Alibaba had to settle a class action lawsuit involving its blockbuster IPO for $250 million. D&O insurance for foreign firms is becoming essential in the United States and regulators in Singapore and Hong ...
In the second part of our series on fraud in Asia, we look at the compliance landscape in China and why it's still caveat emptor in the Middle Kingdom
Navigating the cultural shoals of heading a new treasury team is not for the faint-hearted. Damian Glendinning reminisces on his time at the head of Lenovo’s treasury team in Singapore
A hierarchical culture makes it easier for companies to cook the books, but will they always be one step ahead of the short sellers? This series looks at how fraud works in Asia
Citi says its new digital interface can slash corporate account onboarding to two days. CT asked a treasurer whether he thought it was too good to be true.