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  • Since many of the currency restrictions on the Russian Ruble (RUB) were lifted in mid-2006, the currency is now more easily convertible and transferable. Furthermore, across the same period, the economic situation has become less volatile and there is confidence amongst market participants of the...

  • The 5th ASEAN Regulatory Summit identified key trends transforming regulation in ASEAN, from cross-border regulatory partnerships to the role technology plays in advancing financial inclusion. Regulators in ASEAN are introducing RegTech and SupTech initiatives, as well as increased engagement with the industry to streamline regulatory compliance...

  • A Refinitiv whitepaper on maritime risk by Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE highlights the potential for illicit activity and financial crime to flourish at sea. Parry says that the Trump administration has significantly stepped up its regulatory focus on the maritime sector, including sanctions evasion....

  • Research by Refinitiv has identified the skills every corporate treasurer needs, including the balance of hard and soft skill sets and ability to identify multiple financial risk factors. With Eikon and DataScope Select, Refinitiv offers treasurers unrivaled data, cutting-edge analytics and valuable insight into cross-asset...

  • With a survey ranking economic slowdown as the most pressing risk for corporate risk managers, risk advisory and reinsurance firm Aon concludes that organizational risk readiness is at its lowest for a dozen years.

  • Cyber security practitioner Patrick Wheeler listed a lot of scary incidents of cyber crime when giving his presentation at the Treasury 360 Copenhagen conference on Thursday.

  • Last week, Aon revealed in its latest Global Risk Management Survey that organizational risk readiness is at its lowest level for 12 years. The figures highlighted a number of worrying trends as global volatility makes it harder for multinational firms to manage potential disruptive events....

  • A surprise announcement by Donald Trump, on Twitter, that he will raise US import tariffs from 10 to 25 percent on $200 billion of Chinese goods, kicked 5.5 percent off Chinese stocks Monday.

  • Now more than ever, banks are turning inwards to see where they can offer new services and streamline processes. Perhaps surprisingly, opportunities are still to be found within foreign exchange. In retail banking new products like pre-paid cards are emerging and many banks in the...

  • Nothing we do in life is free of risk, and if it were, it would not be much of a life at all. Business success is created by knowing when to take risks and to what degree. As we navigate our way through t0he current...

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