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WEDNESDAY, May 10th, 2017 – Leading global financial services firm J.P. Morgan launched its Virtual Branch in China, the fourth location globally where it has been rolled out.
Ettenheim, May 10, 2017 – Corporate treasury is a multi-faceted discipline that covers anything from liquidity management to intercompany reconciliation, global multi-currency risk management or the optimization of corporate funding. To capture this diversity, Martin Bellin has published “We Love Treasury 2,” the second volume of an anthology featuring client stories and expert articles about treasury.
Singapore, 4 May 2017 – United Overseas Bank’s (UOB) ability to connect its corporate clients to business and investment opportunities in Southeast Asia has attracted more than $27 billion into the region in 2016, double the amount in 2015.
UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking has appointed Eriks Atvars as Head of Structured Trade & Export Finance (STEF) within Global Financing & Advisory (F&A), effective immediately. He will be based in Munich and report to Richard Burton and Andreas Mayer, Co-Heads of Global F&A.
Australia: Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has advised a consortium of 7 institutional investors on their arrangement of and subscription for up to US$52.5 million in convertible notes and detached equity options in listed medical devices company REVA Medical, Inc. (ASX: RVA).
London, 8 May 2017: J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has appointed Tatyana Dachyshyn as an Executive Director and Client Advisor on the Global Liquidity EMEA sales team, responsible for business development in Germany and Austria.
FHL joins forces with Kyriba to deliver secure cloud treasury solutions.
FHL customers now have access to Kyriba’s world leading treasury management solution.
A new study by Deloitte highlights that multiple forces are creating a myriad of challenges for multinationals operating across the region.
Banks are increasingly focused on developing new technology, but should they be maximising the technology that they already have to better serve their corporate clients today?
The European Commission proposes new measures that may alleviate the EMIR reporting burden on businesses.