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A recent McKinsey report states slowing Chinese growth coupled with digital headwinds could see the bigger fishes eat the smaller fishes across the world of Asian banking.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is as unpopular among Democrats and Republicans as Wall Street, meaning it may not materialise.
*Chongqing and Singapore to seal deals worth $1.6 bln under third X-border initiative
*Indonesia eyes CCP establishment for derivatives by 2018
*China eases FTZ investment rules
Leaked documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca have already taken down political leaders. What risks should Asian corporates watch for? CT speaks to three leading experts on the matter.
Since the central bank dramatically changed the way it values the dong, treasurers have been warned to become proactive about monitoring and managing new risks associated with it.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will alter the landscape of treasury and finance in Asia-Pacific, if it overcomes hurdles.
How Swift and SAP helped the insurance company automate its cash management, improve forecasting, and reduce its idle cash investments.
Ng Wei Wei will take up a position as the new head of international global trade and receivables finance (GTRF) for HSBC.
India sets up weekly rupee bill auction to quell FX weakness; Japan's PM hints at corporate tax cuts; China makes it easier to bail out banks
The British bank, HSBC, has hired Quang Buu Huynh from Vietnam to Hong Kong to run global trade and receivables business in an effort to drive trade revenue in the bank’s key markets.