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  • Munir Nanji, Citi

    In the right place at the right time

    When Citi appointed Munir Nanji as its Global Subsidiaries Group (GSG) Head for Asia Pacific, it was handing responsibility over to one of its most important client segments, in one of the most important and high growth markets in the world. How has this Treasury Today regular commentator adapted to the pressure? We caught up with him in Singapore.

  • Letter cubes spelling out tax with coins on top

    BEPS is coming. What should you be doing?

    With BEPS looming on the horizon, James Badenach, International Tax Services Leader, Asia Pacific Financial Services, EY, explains what impact it will have on corporate treasury.

  • People walking across a crosswalk on a rainy day in Asia

    APAC Inc troubled by late payments

    Non-payment risks escalate in APAC as companies show a looser approach to credit risk, says latest Asia corporate payment survey.

  • iPad falling ontop of an old typewriter

    Treasury then and now

    The below article is derived from our inaugural Treasury Talks podcast. In the first episode of the Treasury Talks podcast, created in partnership with the Singapore Association of Corporate Treasurers, we hear from some of the country’s leading treasury professionals. They talk about the treasurer’s changing role and highlight the skills you need to be a successful treasurer today.

  • Escalator going up to the city of Shanghai, China

    Asia fintech rising

    Startupbootcamp and PwC’s annual ‘State of fintech’ report shows that China and India are dominating Asia’s fintech landscape.

  • Chinese coins trapped in ice

    Is your cash still trapped?

    Capital controls are a function of both political and economic policy over which corporates have little or no say. The growth agendas of certain countries within Asia have loosened these controls to an extent, but recent slowdowns have seen the rules revisited. So, is your cash still trapped?

  • Mark Evans, Managing Director, Transaction Banking, ANZ

    Crossing borders: transacting in Asia’s new reality

    Geopolitical issues have dominated the headlines in recent months, but Asia Pacific has proved resilient to these shocks. Corporations doing cross-border business in the region now need to focus on their short-term tactics and long-term strategies to fit Asia Pacific’s new reality. In this article, Mark Evans, Managing Director, Transaction Banking at ANZ explains how corporates can navigate shifting demand patterns and how China’s policy goals and economic profile are shaping the region.

  • Person running up the stairs towards the city

    Exercising options: getting back to basics with derivatives

    Revered and reviled perhaps in equal measures, derivatives have been traded for many years as both a risk mitigation tool in their simplest form, and as an instrument of profit generation in their more exotic incarnation. Treasury Today goes back to basics on this multifaceted topic.

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    APAC’s tax landscape is becoming increasingly complex

    A new study by Deloitte highlights that multiple forces are creating a myriad of challenges for multinationals operating across the region.

  • Women in Treasury Asia Forum 2017 panellists on stage

    Diversity in dialogue: next steps at the Women in Treasury Asia Forum 2017

    Treasury Today Asia’s latest Women in Treasury Forum in Singapore shone a spotlight on all the work that has been done to drive diversity for corporate finance professionals in the region. As our initiative broadens, practical advice on career development and on the direction the dialogue should take was at the centre of the debate.