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    Surveying the Asian fintech landscape

    Fintech in Asia is growing at a considerable rate and playing an important role in this growth is the various accelerator programmes that exist across the region. Treasury Today Asia sat down with Steven Tong, Managing Director at Startupbootcamp in Singapore recently, who gave us an insight into the current fintech landscape across the region and why your next treasury solution may be the brainchild of a small start-up.

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    Could you be getting a better payments service?

    New research suggests that corporates could be doing more to make the most out of innovation in the payments space. Instead, they are putting up with higher transactions costs, FX fees and slow payment processing.

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    Corporates set to pay for new Basel risk-weighting proposals

    Proposals by the Basel Committee are underway to force banks to drop internal ratings based credit risk assessments for certain clients. This could have a number of unintended consequences including forcing up the cost of every exposure-generating banking product for some corporates.

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    Corporates warm to asset based lending

    Whether it is for funding their new growth ambitions, or plugging the gap left by the withdrawal of traditional credit lines, more European companies are using asset based lending than ever before. But the banks still feel that awareness of the product could be improved.

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    Diversity in action: Women in Treasury Asia Forum 2016

    Last week, over 130 senior financial professionals gathered in Singapore to celebrate gender diversity at the annual Treasury Today Asia Women in Treasury Forum.

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    How to keep employees happy

    In any company, few things are as costly or as disruptive as good people walking out the door. Preventing low staff morale should be considered a vital part of running every business.

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    Can you trace your supply chain? Probably not

    Recent scandals have highlighted how it is in a company’s best interest to keep a close eye on where the goods it buys come from. But given that most have limited resources to devote to this task, platforms designed to monitor ethical risks in supply chains might be worth a close look.

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    New SEC money fund rules force difficult decisions

    With some new SEC rules coming into effect this week, we look at what the changing regulatory landscape will mean for corporate investors in prime money market funds. How well do you understand the implications for your investments?

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    Middle market America speaks

    Rounding up the views of CFOs is a good way to take the collective temperature of middle market companies in America. The 2016 Bank of America Merrill Lynch CFO Outlook does just this, offering insight into what this market is feeling and how it intends to respond.

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    CFOs rank Brexit as top concern

    Chief Financial Officers rank EU membership as highly beneficial for UK exports, FDI and global influence and are increasingly concerned about the risk a potential Brexit poses, a new report shows.