The world’s emerging markets, particularly those of Asia, offer some of the best prospects globally for strong growth in the years ahead. How to companies and treasury departments meet the various challenges of these regions in order to reap the benefits?
The bank and the International Financial Corporation are continuing the eight years old trade finance partnership with a further investment.
Alongside the steady growth in corporate treasury’s remit over the past decade, so the focus of green treasury has expanded from the original preoccupation of moving from paper-based to digital transactions.
A global study by American Express of more than 3,000 business leaders in small to medium enterprises finds them in confident mood.
Alternative financiers are no longer merely filling the gaps left by more traditional financiers; they are becoming pioneers of the digital age of small business funding by delivering cutting edge digital solutions that are transforming the SME market.
The impact of Donald Trump may currently dominate headlines, but the possibility that an era of partial de-globalisation is now underway could affect companies more significantly.
Even before the proposed tariffs threatened by America on imports heightened fears of a trade war, life was getting more difficult for companies that want to conduct business in China.
Non-life insurance-linked securities (ILS) capital hit a new record in 2016 as the market expanded into new products and its investor base grew.
Investors aged between 18 and 34 are four times more likely than those aged 55-plus to put money into the peer-to-peer asset class, suggests a UK survey.
Higher interest rates, a strengthening dollar and changes in the US tax regime as well as strong odds on a commodity price revival should all be factored in