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The impact of Brexit has been worldwide. Here we assess the impact on corporates in Asia and what it might mean for their operations as the dust settles.
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Corporates are making progress in adjusting to the new rules demanded by the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting plan, also known as BEPS. However, in some countries, treasurers and tax executives still have a long distance to travel.
It’s been reported today that RBS may be about to start charging corporates to hold cash. But the story may not be all that it seems.
A split from the EU is not the only consequence of Brexit.
With sterling volatility intensifying considerably in the aftermath of the UK/EU referendum in June, banks are advising corporates to consider changes to their risk management strategies. FX options might make a lot of sense for firms with sterling exposures.
Corporate bond markets across Asia have come on leaps and bounds in recent years, but there is still more work that needs to be done for the market to reach its full potential. We speak to Vijay Chander, Executive Director, Fixed Income at ASIFMA, who offers an inside view on the region’s bond market.
Sticks, mud and rocks are resources typically used by beavers to build a dam. But one family of beavers has found something even better: a prosthetic leg.
The new FRS 102 rules on derivatives accounting are far from intuitive. Careful consideration is required for compliance says expert.
A pioneering product has been launched by the State Bank of India in conjunction with Jain Farm Fresh that harnesses the power of digitisation to revolutionise how farmers across India sell their goods and access financing.