• ADB's Trade Finance Program

    How does ADB's Trade Finance Program work and what role does it play in boosting economic growth in Asia and the Pacific?

    published: 18 Feb 2016
  • Finance Ministers from the Asia-Pacific area gather for talks on trade, financing and investment

    China called for Asia-Pacific nations to improve their coordination and communication on macro-economic policy on Wednesday. Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli urged a more integrated regional approach during his keynote speech at a meeting of finance ministers from Asia-Pacific nations. He warned that the regional economy was facing "serious challenges." "We need to improve the coordination and dialogues on macro-economy policies, share policy information and conduct prompt and effective communications with the market so as to reduce the negative spillover effect out of policy adjustments," said Zhang. Asia-Pacific finance ministers are meeting in Beijing amid concerns over a slowdown in the regional economy highlighted by lower Chinese growth figures. Opening the meeting of 21 minist...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • INSC Regional Conference 2017 - Complete Automation and Digitisation of Trade Finance

    Moderator: Saurabh Tripathi, Senior Partner & Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group Speakers: V G Kanna, Chief Executive, Indian Banks Association Anis Khan, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mutual Trust Bank, Bangladesh Rajnish Kumar, Managing Director, State Bank of India Varadarajan Srinivasan, Deputy Managing Director, Axis Bank Rishikesh Tinaikar, Director, Payments Markets, Asia Pacific, SWIFT Arun Tiwari, Chief Managing Director, Union Bank of India

    published: 09 Jun 2017
  • Financing Growth in the Asia Pacific Conference: Panel 2

    11:00 a.m. Infrastructure Connectivity: Where are Asia's Big Gaps Mr. Toshiyuki Sakamoto Deputy Director-General for Trade Policy Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (Japan) Mr. Craig Steffensen Representative, North American Representative Office Asian Development Bank Mr. Vikram Nehru Senior Associate, Asia Program and Bakrie Chair in Southeast Asian Studies Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Ms. Suzanne Kelly-Lyall Independent Senior Policy Adviser for ASEAN Affairs Moderator: Mr. Murray Hiebert Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies Center for Strategic and International Studies

    published: 10 Apr 2015
  • A Look at the Post-Trade Landscape in Asia-Pacific, ft. DTCC's Matthew Chan

    DTCC advances industry-leading solutions that help secure and shape the future growth and development of the global financial marketplace. http://www.dtcc.com Several services are subject to regulation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") and other agencies. Please visit http://www.dtcc.com/terms to learn more.

    published: 14 Apr 2016
  • Obama and the Asian-Pacific Trade Deal

    This week, we've reported heavily on the private foreign-affairs group known as the Trilateral Commission, while noting that this group of about 300 government, corporate, banking, academic and media heavyweights will meet in Washington this weekend. However, President Obama won't be at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel where the Trilateral Commission will meet Friday thru Sunday. He's too busy on his eight-day Asian trip, for which he departed on Tuesday. He'll dine with the Japanese emperor, tour a giant mosque in Malaysia, speak to U.S. troops in the Philippines—and return some ancient seals to South Korea stolen by U.S. soldiers in the Korean War. However, he won't visit China. But Beijing's increasingly muscular attitude toward its Pacific neighbors will shadow Obama throughout his tr...

    published: 23 Apr 2014
  • Natalie Blyth, global head trade and receivables finance, HSBC – View from Sibos 2017

    HSBC’s global head of trade and receivables finance, global commercial banking, Natalie Blyth, talks to Joy Macknight about building a new industry blueprint in trade and supply chain, as well as how the UK bank is partnering with fintechs to deliver better customer experience in this space.

    published: 26 Oct 2017
  • Upfront(Ep.139) Fluctuations Facing Trade in Asia-Pacific Region _ Full Episode

    On this week's UPFRONT, we are joined by Chung Chul, Vice President of the Department of International Trade at Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) and Song Soo-young, Professor of Finance at Chung Ang University to hear more about the ongoing fluctuations facing the trade flows in the Asia-Pacific region and measures necessary for Korea to deal with it. 'TPP대체, 아태 지역 통상질서 재편 전략은?' 이번주 UPFRONT에서는 정 철 / 대외경제정책연구원 무역통상본부장, 송수영 / 중앙대학교 경영학부 교수 모시고 아태지역이 직면한 통상질서 재편과 한국의 대응책에 대해 토론해본다. VisitArirang Issue’ Official Pages Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld

    published: 01 Dec 2016
  • How to find private finance companies in dubai

    We are a leading Corporate Financial Services company based in Dubai. We are one of the leading standalone providers of Factoring and Forfeiting services in the Middle East with the ability to support Trade Finance needs of varied businesses in the region. A representative body of global factors and business groups with associated interests. We are strategically positioned to cover the Middle East through our partners, associates and group companies and offer a truly intra-regional product suite. We can also Assist all international clients to establish their present in UAE. Part Of Our Services: Finance and Lending Services Real Estate Investment Private Equity & Capital Market Interbank Lending Services Aircraft & Marine Financing Services Trade Finance Insurance Services Commercial L...

    published: 17 Dec 2016
  • Beyond the Belt and Road Initiative: Financing Asia's Needs

    As protectionist policies shift trade from advanced economies toward more rapid-growing regions in Asia, accessing capital in a financial system dominated by state and family entities will pose a challenge to capital adequacy to fund Asia's greatly-needed projects. China's "Belt and Road Initiative" to fund Asia's infrastructure needs is a cooperative trade-based means to put resources to work. Market-based signals can help allocate resources more efficiently, but will require greater participation by non-state financial institutions like banks and private equity firms in a deeper market-based ecosystem. How can institutions amplify market signals and broaden access to capital with bank-based financial systems and embryonic financial markets? How can we ensure adequate access to capital ...

    published: 29 Sep 2017
  • Accelerating Infrastructure: Leveraging Partnerships and Mitigating Risks

    Improving Asia's infrastructure has a direct impact on trade, jobs, and prosperity. Infrastructure projects, however, take place over one to two decades and require a mix of public and private funding. Political, construction, and financial risks often can be inhibiting factors. Previously, the Asian Development Bank estimated that Asia needed US$8 trillion in infrastructure investment by 2020, but now realizes that less than half of that will be spent. Given limited public funds, public-private partnerships become essential. What are the elements that enable a successful project? Can regions leverage their infrastructure to advance urbanization and build economic corridors? This panel of experts will discuss the ingredients of effective projects and new forms of partnerships that can gene...

    published: 16 Sep 2016
  • Voices from the Fifth Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Week: Isabella Carvalho Silva

    Isabella Carvalho Silva, EY’s Senior Manager for Corporate Finance Strategy and Mentor at Startupbootcamp Fintech Hong Kong (China), emphasizes on the potential of financial technology (fintech) services, such as crowdfunding and P2P lending, in paving the way for greater financial inclusivity for start-ups in Asia, which can ultimately help contribute to development outcomes.

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • Compliance lacks clarity: Asia-Pacific Fraud Survey 2017

    Chris Fordham, Asia-Pacific Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Leader, shares key take aways from EY's Asia-Pacific Fraud Survey 2017.

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • where to find project finance service in Dubai

    We are 'Corporate Firm' providing services in International Trade Finance, Corporate Finance , Private Equity, AML Compliance, and other Corporate Services across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Indian Sub-Continent. We helps clients in diverse industries improve performance, reduce costs, recover from distress, leverage technology, and stimulate growth. The Company teams with its clients to deliver sustainable and measurable results. We provides services to a wide variety of both financially sound and distressed organizations, including large corporates and medium-sized businesses. We assist in wide area of corporate services and can advise and formulate financial strategies for your companies. We specialize in all kinds of corporate finance and offer multiple choices to our clients by aimi...

    published: 18 Dec 2016
  • Ambassador Demetrios Marantis: U.S. Trade Policy In The Asia-Pacific: The Path Forward

    This is the inaugural event for UMBC's new interdisciplinary major program, Asian Studies. Through the Social Sciences Forum, the Asian Studies Program, together with its co-sponsor the Department of Economics, presents Ambassador Demetrios Marantis, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, who will speak on "U.S. Trade Policy in the Asia-Pacific: The Path Forward." Demetrios Marantis serves as Deputy USTR, nominated for this position by President Barack Obama, and confirmed by the Senate on May 6, 2009. He is responsible for U.S. trade negotiations and enforcement in Asia and Africa. He also leads USTR global initiatives on trade and development, labor, and the environment. Demetrios Marantis recently served as Chief International Trade Counsel (Majority) for the Senate Finance Committee. ...

    published: 30 Sep 2011
  • Where to find international project financing companies in Dubai

    We are a leading Corporate Financial Services company based in Dubai. We are one of the leading standalone providers of Factoring and Forfeiting services in the Middle East with the ability to support Trade Finance needs of varied businesses in the region. A representative body of global factors and business groups with associated interests. We are strategically positioned to cover the Middle East through our partners, associates and group companies and offer a truly intra-regional product suite. We can also Assist all international clients to establish their present in UAE. Part Of Our Services: Finance and Lending Services Real Estate Investment Private Equity & Capital Market Interbank Lending Services Aircraft & Marine Financing Services Trade Finance Insurance Services Commercial L...

    published: 18 Dec 2016
  • Stuart Tait, global head, trade and receivables finance, HSBC - View from Sibos 2014

    Jane Cooper, The Banker's technology and transaction banking editor speaks with Stuart Tait, global head, trade and receivables finance, HSBC, during the Sibos 2014 conference held in Boston.

    published: 01 Oct 2014
  • Alain Raes, head of Asia Pacific and EMEA, Swift - View from Sibos 2017

    Swift's head of Asia Pacific and Emea, Alain Raes, discusses the global payments innovation initiative with The Banker's editor Brian Caplen.

    published: 26 Oct 2017
  • Chinese YUAN overtakes EURO, becomes 2nd most popular TRADE FINANCE CURRENCY

    Chinese YUAN overtakes EURO, becomes 2nd most popular TRADE FINANCE CURRENCY Subscribe here for more Prime Interest, Max Keiser & Financial news: The yuan has replaced the euro to become the second most widely used currency in global trade in 2013, according to the SWIFT network responsible for international financial transactions. The share of the yuan in global trade finance has jumped from 1.89 percent in January 2012 to 8.66 percent in the form of letters of credit and collections in October 2013, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) data shows. The share of trade settlements in the euro fell from 7.87 percent to 6.64 percent in the same period. The US dollar still leads with 81.08 percent of foreign trade payments using the American currency in ...

    published: 26 Mar 2014
  • China: The world's new champion of free trade? - Counting the Cost

    We look at what it means for developing countries when the US decides to take a protectionist stance. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was the largest ever US-proposed trade deal and took years to put together, but US President-elect Donald Trump has promised to withdraw from the deal on his very first day in office. The TPP, signed by 12 countries in February 2016, covers 40 percent of the world's economy. But all 12 nations need to ratify it, and Trump's comments suggest that this will not happen. As the United States, the world's biggest economy and the champion of free trade for the past century, is about to back away from closer global economic integration, analysts question whether China has what it takes to be the world's new champion of free trade. While China has not signed...

    published: 27 Nov 2016
  • China 2014 - Rebooting Chinese Finance

    http://www.weforum.org/ What models and reforms will boost China's financial sector? Dimensions to be addressed: - Emerging role of internet finance - Progress of Shanghai Free Trade Zone - Rethinking shadow banking and local debt Nicolas Aguzin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Asia-Pacific, JPMorgan Chase, Hong Kong SAR Liu Mingkang, Distinguished Fellow, Fung Global Institute, Hong Kong SAR Lord Turner, Senior Fellow, The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), United Kingdom Zhang Yichen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, CITIC Capital, Hong Kong SAR Zhu Ning, Deputy Director and Professor of Finance, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, People's Republic of China; Global Agenda Council on Public Finance & Social Protection Systems Moderated by Wang Shuo, Managing E...

    published: 28 Sep 2014
  • Citi: Treasury Trends in 2016: Non-Bank Financial Institutions Sector

    Damian Macinante, Asia Pacific Non-Bank Financial Institutions Sector Head, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi outlines the key trends and opportunities for treasurers in 2016. View other Citi videos: http://www.youtube.com/citi Read our Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/citi Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/citi Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/citi Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/citi Follow us on Google+: http://www.google.com/+citi

    published: 26 May 2016
  • Asset Based Lending with Collateral for Businesses in UAE

    ANBKFinance.com is a 'Corporate Financial Firm' providing Financial services in International Trade Finance, Corporate Finance , Private Equity, and other Corporate Services across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Europe Sub-Continent. We helps clients in diverse industries improve performance, reduce costs, recover from distress, leverage technology, and stimulate growth.Our firm offers a direct problem solving approach where we use our specialized industry experience to deliver a one on one relationship with our clients. Our expertise is derived from experience in Banks, boutique consulting firms, global financial institutions and law firms. to find out more about our financial services please contact us or visit our website.

    published: 07 Dec 2016
  • 90-second update: HSBC reconfigures its Asian business

    GTR met with Tan Siew Meng, the head of HSBC's Asia Pacific global trade and receivable finance operations, to discuss the market downturn, the regulatory pressures, and the bank's new approach to the region.

    published: 25 May 2016
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ADB's Trade Finance Program

ADB's Trade Finance Program

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  • Updated: 18 Feb 2016
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How does ADB's Trade Finance Program work and what role does it play in boosting economic growth in Asia and the Pacific?
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Finance Ministers from the Asia-Pacific area gather for talks on trade, financing and investment

Finance Ministers from the Asia-Pacific area gather for talks on trade, financing and investment

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2015
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China called for Asia-Pacific nations to improve their coordination and communication on macro-economic policy on Wednesday. Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli urged a more integrated regional approach during his keynote speech at a meeting of finance ministers from Asia-Pacific nations. He warned that the regional economy was facing "serious challenges." "We need to improve the coordination and dialogues on macro-economy policies, share policy information and conduct prompt and effective communications with the market so as to reduce the negative spillover effect out of policy adjustments," said Zhang. Asia-Pacific finance ministers are meeting in Beijing amid concerns over a slowdown in the regional economy highlighted by lower Chinese growth figures. Opening the meeting of 21 ministers from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation economies, Zhang Gaoli said recovery from the global economic downturn had been tepid. But he said China was on track to meet its loose goal of 7.5 percent growth for the year, with inflation stable and the economy set to produce more than 10 (m) million new jobs. "We have full confidence in the Chinese economy," said Zhang, who ranks seventh in the ruling Communist Party's hierarchy. The meeting comes a day after China, the world's No. 2 economy, announced that economic growth had dwindled to a five-year low of 7.3 percent in the last quarter, raising concerns of spill-over effects on the global economy. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ced7152ea023c8de19f9f64da0fe9cbe Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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INSC Regional Conference 2017 - Complete Automation and Digitisation of Trade Finance

INSC Regional Conference 2017 - Complete Automation and Digitisation of Trade Finance

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  • Updated: 09 Jun 2017
  • views: 17
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Moderator: Saurabh Tripathi, Senior Partner & Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group Speakers: V G Kanna, Chief Executive, Indian Banks Association Anis Khan, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mutual Trust Bank, Bangladesh Rajnish Kumar, Managing Director, State Bank of India Varadarajan Srinivasan, Deputy Managing Director, Axis Bank Rishikesh Tinaikar, Director, Payments Markets, Asia Pacific, SWIFT Arun Tiwari, Chief Managing Director, Union Bank of India
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Financing Growth in the Asia Pacific Conference: Panel 2

Financing Growth in the Asia Pacific Conference: Panel 2

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  • Updated: 10 Apr 2015
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11:00 a.m. Infrastructure Connectivity: Where are Asia's Big Gaps Mr. Toshiyuki Sakamoto Deputy Director-General for Trade Policy Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (Japan) Mr. Craig Steffensen Representative, North American Representative Office Asian Development Bank Mr. Vikram Nehru Senior Associate, Asia Program and Bakrie Chair in Southeast Asian Studies Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Ms. Suzanne Kelly-Lyall Independent Senior Policy Adviser for ASEAN Affairs Moderator: Mr. Murray Hiebert Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies Center for Strategic and International Studies
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A Look at the Post-Trade Landscape in Asia-Pacific, ft. DTCC's Matthew Chan

A Look at the Post-Trade Landscape in Asia-Pacific, ft. DTCC's Matthew Chan

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  • Updated: 14 Apr 2016
  • views: 246
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DTCC advances industry-leading solutions that help secure and shape the future growth and development of the global financial marketplace. http://www.dtcc.com Several services are subject to regulation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") and other agencies. Please visit http://www.dtcc.com/terms to learn more.
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Obama and the Asian-Pacific Trade Deal

Obama and the Asian-Pacific Trade Deal

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  • Updated: 23 Apr 2014
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This week, we've reported heavily on the private foreign-affairs group known as the Trilateral Commission, while noting that this group of about 300 government, corporate, banking, academic and media heavyweights will meet in Washington this weekend. However, President Obama won't be at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel where the Trilateral Commission will meet Friday thru Sunday. He's too busy on his eight-day Asian trip, for which he departed on Tuesday. He'll dine with the Japanese emperor, tour a giant mosque in Malaysia, speak to U.S. troops in the Philippines—and return some ancient seals to South Korea stolen by U.S. soldiers in the Korean War. However, he won't visit China. But Beijing's increasingly muscular attitude toward its Pacific neighbors will shadow Obama throughout his trip. Yet here's something that won't make the nightly news: While the secretive Trilateral Commission makes economic and political "recommendations" that the U.S. government is expected to follow, the president appears to implementing the core Trilateral agenda—even before that group meets in Washington. Moreover, the Philippines, Japan and South Korea all want U.S. protection from China, due to its growing influence and ambition. In one of several maritime disputes, Japan and China are competing for ownership of the tiny Senkaku islands. The islands are administered by Japan. One goal strongly favored by the Trilateral group is a "rebalancing" of U.S. power toward East Asia. That means more U.S. military involvement, along with deeper economic ties that give the West more control over the region. Obama indeed seems to following the Trilateral group's prescribed path. But if the U.S. promises a long-term, increased military presence in the region, then it risks taking on additional commitments that will lead to even more foreign entanglements. That is the very thing that founders like George Washington counseled that the U.S. should avoid. And, sure enough, the main Trilateral Commission goal—the completion of the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade deal—is being sought, behind the clutter of other issues. USA Today did note: "The United States seeks progress on the long-delayed Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal, but security concerns are likely to dominate amid China's demands that it owns the entire South China Sea . . ." As we've reported, in the week leading up to the Commission's Washington meeting, Trilateral Commissioner Tom Donilon penned a revealing Washington Post column. In it, he strongly backed both the Asia "rebalancing" and the Trans-Pacific trade deal. These Trilateral Commission goals are discussed largely off the public record—but our public officials are expected to pursue those goals. Notably, the 11-nation Trans-Pacific pact will have 12 nations once Japan joins, as is expected. However, the Trans-Pacific scheme does not include China. This has prompted China to feel like it's surrounded by a Western military and economic crusade. Meanwhile, Japan wants America's protection from the rise of China. But the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative noted what appears to be the real goal of Obama's trip. Regarding the Trans-Pacific trade pact, known as the TPP, the Trade Office noted: "With Japan's entry, TPP countries would account for nearly 40 percent of global GDP and about one-third of all world trade. TPP Ministers noted that Japan's participation in the negotiation will underscore the economic significance of TPP and its promise as a pathway toward a Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific." That colossal Free Trade Area may be another major leap forward for the ruthless forces of globalization—en route to a one-world monopoly of high-finance for the privileged few. Download your free Next News "Heroes & Villains" Poster here: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/the-2013-heroes-villains-posters Donate USD: http://nnn.is/donate-dollars Donate BTC: http://nnn.is/donate-bitcoin LIVE: http://NextNewsNetwork.com Facebook: http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet Twitter: http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet Sub: http://NNN.is/the_new_media Meet the Next News Team: http://youtu.be/2QnNKwQ2WkY Hashtag: #N3 About: Next News Network's World News program airs daily at 6pm and 11pm Eastern on Comcast, DirecTV and Over-the-Air and Online at http://NNN.is/on- World News is available to 6 million viewers from South Beach to Sebastian, Florida and to 2 million viewers in Boston, Massachusetts via . broadcasts on RF channel 44 (virtual channel 9) from Palm City and is carried on cable TV channels 44 (SD) and 1044 (HD) by AT&T, on cable channels 17 (SD) and 438 (HD) in West Palm Beach by Comcast, on satellite channel 44 (SD) in West Palm Beach by DIRECTV, and on -Boston which broadcasts on RF channel 38 (virtual channel 6) from the Government Center district in downtown Boston. More about : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ #DC
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Natalie Blyth, global head trade and receivables finance, HSBC – View from Sibos 2017

Natalie Blyth, global head trade and receivables finance, HSBC – View from Sibos 2017

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  • Updated: 26 Oct 2017
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HSBC’s global head of trade and receivables finance, global commercial banking, Natalie Blyth, talks to Joy Macknight about building a new industry blueprint in trade and supply chain, as well as how the UK bank is partnering with fintechs to deliver better customer experience in this space.
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Upfront(Ep.139) Fluctuations Facing Trade in Asia-Pacific Region _ Full Episode

Upfront(Ep.139) Fluctuations Facing Trade in Asia-Pacific Region _ Full Episode

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  • Updated: 01 Dec 2016
  • views: 289
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On this week's UPFRONT, we are joined by Chung Chul, Vice President of the Department of International Trade at Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) and Song Soo-young, Professor of Finance at Chung Ang University to hear more about the ongoing fluctuations facing the trade flows in the Asia-Pacific region and measures necessary for Korea to deal with it. 'TPP대체, 아태 지역 통상질서 재편 전략은?' 이번주 UPFRONT에서는 정 철 / 대외경제정책연구원 무역통상본부장, 송수영 / 중앙대학교 경영학부 교수 모시고 아태지역이 직면한 통상질서 재편과 한국의 대응책에 대해 토론해본다. VisitArirang Issue’ Official Pages Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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How to find private finance companies in dubai

How to find private finance companies in dubai

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  • Updated: 17 Dec 2016
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We are a leading Corporate Financial Services company based in Dubai. We are one of the leading standalone providers of Factoring and Forfeiting services in the Middle East with the ability to support Trade Finance needs of varied businesses in the region. A representative body of global factors and business groups with associated interests. We are strategically positioned to cover the Middle East through our partners, associates and group companies and offer a truly intra-regional product suite. We can also Assist all international clients to establish their present in UAE. Part Of Our Services: Finance and Lending Services Real Estate Investment Private Equity & Capital Market Interbank Lending Services Aircraft & Marine Financing Services Trade Finance Insurance Services Commercial Lending Service We are 'Corporate Firm' providing services in International Trade Finance, Corporate Finance , Private Equity, AML Compliance, and other Corporate Services across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Indian Sub-Continent. We helps clients in diverse industries improve performance, reduce costs, recover from distress, leverage technology, and stimulate growth. The Company teams with its clients to deliver sustainable and measurable results. We provides services to a wide variety of both financially sound and distressed organizations, including large corporates and medium-sized businesses. We assist in wide area of corporate services and can advise and formulate financial strategies for your companies. We specialize in all kinds of corporate finance and offer multiple choices to our clients by aiming at quality and value for money. We also help organizations in improving their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. We help organization to gain external and presumably more objective advice and recommendations with our specialized expertise. Because of our exposure and relationships with numerous organizations, we are aware of industry 'best practices,' thus helping the organization to grow optimally with the existing resources. We also provide organizational change management assistance, Management Buy-out, technology implementation, strategy development, and operational improvement services. We bring own proprietary methodologies and frameworks to guide the identification of problems, and to serve as the basis for recommendations for more effective or efficient ways of performing business tasks. Our firm offers a direct problem solving approach where we use our specialized industry experience to deliver a one on one relationship with our clients. Our expertise is derived from experience in Banks, boutique consulting firms, global financial institutions and law firms. For more services please visit our Website At http://anbkfinance.com
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Beyond the Belt and Road Initiative: Financing Asia's Needs

Beyond the Belt and Road Initiative: Financing Asia's Needs

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  • Duration: 1:05:56
  • Updated: 29 Sep 2017
  • views: 610
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As protectionist policies shift trade from advanced economies toward more rapid-growing regions in Asia, accessing capital in a financial system dominated by state and family entities will pose a challenge to capital adequacy to fund Asia's greatly-needed projects. China's "Belt and Road Initiative" to fund Asia's infrastructure needs is a cooperative trade-based means to put resources to work. Market-based signals can help allocate resources more efficiently, but will require greater participation by non-state financial institutions like banks and private equity firms in a deeper market-based ecosystem. How can institutions amplify market signals and broaden access to capital with bank-based financial systems and embryonic financial markets? How can we ensure adequate access to capital with a financial system dominated by state or family-directed financial flows? Moderator William Lee, Chief Economist, Milken Institute Speakers Paul Gruenwald, Managing Director and Chief Economist, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Gerald Keefe, Managing Director and Head of Asia-Pacific Corporate Banking, Citi Lincoln Leong, CEO, MTR Corporation Joachim von Amsberg, Vice President, Policy and Strategy, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
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Accelerating Infrastructure: Leveraging Partnerships and Mitigating Risks

Accelerating Infrastructure: Leveraging Partnerships and Mitigating Risks

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  • Duration: 1:02:43
  • Updated: 16 Sep 2016
  • views: 422
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Improving Asia's infrastructure has a direct impact on trade, jobs, and prosperity. Infrastructure projects, however, take place over one to two decades and require a mix of public and private funding. Political, construction, and financial risks often can be inhibiting factors. Previously, the Asian Development Bank estimated that Asia needed US$8 trillion in infrastructure investment by 2020, but now realizes that less than half of that will be spent. Given limited public funds, public-private partnerships become essential. What are the elements that enable a successful project? Can regions leverage their infrastructure to advance urbanization and build economic corridors? This panel of experts will discuss the ingredients of effective projects and new forms of partnerships that can generate sustained economic value. Moderator Cesar Purisima, Asia Fellow, Milken Institute; Former Secretary of Finance, Republic of the Philippines Speakers Sean Chiao, President, Asia Pacific, AECOM Donald Kanak, Chairman, Eastspring Investments; Chairman, EU-ASEAN Business Council Mahendra Lama, Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Former Member, National Security Advisory Board, India Jordan Schwarz, Director, Singapore Infrastructure and Urban Development Hub, World Bank Group
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Voices from the Fifth Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Week: Isabella Carvalho Silva

Voices from the Fifth Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Week: Isabella Carvalho Silva

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  • Duration: 1:06
  • Updated: 06 Nov 2017
  • views: 7
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Isabella Carvalho Silva, EY’s Senior Manager for Corporate Finance Strategy and Mentor at Startupbootcamp Fintech Hong Kong (China), emphasizes on the potential of financial technology (fintech) services, such as crowdfunding and P2P lending, in paving the way for greater financial inclusivity for start-ups in Asia, which can ultimately help contribute to development outcomes.
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Compliance lacks clarity: Asia-Pacific Fraud Survey 2017

Compliance lacks clarity: Asia-Pacific Fraud Survey 2017

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Chris Fordham, Asia-Pacific Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Leader, shares key take aways from EY's Asia-Pacific Fraud Survey 2017.
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where to find project finance service in Dubai

where to find project finance service in Dubai

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We are 'Corporate Firm' providing services in International Trade Finance, Corporate Finance , Private Equity, AML Compliance, and other Corporate Services across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Indian Sub-Continent. We helps clients in diverse industries improve performance, reduce costs, recover from distress, leverage technology, and stimulate growth. The Company teams with its clients to deliver sustainable and measurable results. We provides services to a wide variety of both financially sound and distressed organizations, including large corporates and medium-sized businesses. We assist in wide area of corporate services and can advise and formulate financial strategies for your companies. We specialize in all kinds of corporate finance and offer multiple choices to our clients by aiming at quality and value for money. We also help organizations in improving their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. We help organization to gain external and presumably more objective advice and recommendations with our specialized expertise. Because of our exposure and relationships with numerous organizations, we are aware of industry 'best practices,' thus helping the organization to grow optimally with the existing resources. We also provide organizational change management assistance, Management Buy-out, technology implementation, strategy development, and operational improvement services. We bring own proprietary methodologies and frameworks to guide the identification of problems, and to serve as the basis for recommendations for more effective or efficient ways of performing business tasks. Our firm offers a direct problem solving approach where we use our specialized industry experience to deliver a one on one relationship with our clients. Our expertise is derived from experience in Banks, boutique consulting firms, global financial institutions and law firms. For more services please visit our Website At http://anbkfinance.com
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Ambassador Demetrios Marantis:  U.S. Trade Policy In The Asia-Pacific: The Path Forward

Ambassador Demetrios Marantis: U.S. Trade Policy In The Asia-Pacific: The Path Forward

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This is the inaugural event for UMBC's new interdisciplinary major program, Asian Studies. Through the Social Sciences Forum, the Asian Studies Program, together with its co-sponsor the Department of Economics, presents Ambassador Demetrios Marantis, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, who will speak on "U.S. Trade Policy in the Asia-Pacific: The Path Forward." Demetrios Marantis serves as Deputy USTR, nominated for this position by President Barack Obama, and confirmed by the Senate on May 6, 2009. He is responsible for U.S. trade negotiations and enforcement in Asia and Africa. He also leads USTR global initiatives on trade and development, labor, and the environment. Demetrios Marantis recently served as Chief International Trade Counsel (Majority) for the Senate Finance Committee. In this capacity, he advised Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D - MT), as well as members and staff of the Finance Committee and Democratic Caucus, on trade and economic issues. Mr. Marantis joined the committee in February of 2005 after serving as Issues Director for Sen. John Edwards on the Kerry-Edwards 2004 presidential campaign. Prior to the campaign, Mr. Marantis spent two years in Hanoi as Chief Legal Advisor for the U.S.-Vietnam Trade Council where he provided technical assistance on international trade matters. Between 1998 and 2002, Mr. Marantis served as Associate General Counsel in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative where he negotiated provisions of international trade agreements--including the U.S.-Singapore and U.S. Chile Free Trade Agreements--and represented the United States in WTO dispute settlement proceedings, including the U.S.-Mexico dispute on telecommunications. Mr. Marantis also worked for five years in the Washington, D.C. and Brussels, Belgium offices of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld. He holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an A.B. in Public and International Affairs from Princeton University. Tuesday, September 27, 2011, at 4 pm, in the LIbrary Gallery
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Where to find international project financing companies in Dubai

Where to find international project financing companies in Dubai

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We are a leading Corporate Financial Services company based in Dubai. We are one of the leading standalone providers of Factoring and Forfeiting services in the Middle East with the ability to support Trade Finance needs of varied businesses in the region. A representative body of global factors and business groups with associated interests. We are strategically positioned to cover the Middle East through our partners, associates and group companies and offer a truly intra-regional product suite. We can also Assist all international clients to establish their present in UAE. Part Of Our Services: Finance and Lending Services Real Estate Investment Private Equity & Capital Market Interbank Lending Services Aircraft & Marine Financing Services Trade Finance Insurance Services Commercial Lending Service We are 'Corporate Firm' providing services in International Trade Finance, Corporate Finance , Private Equity, AML Compliance, and other Corporate Services across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Indian Sub-Continent. We helps clients in diverse industries improve performance, reduce costs, recover from distress, leverage technology, and stimulate growth. The Company teams with its clients to deliver sustainable and measurable results. We provides services to a wide variety of both financially sound and distressed organizations, including large corporates and medium-sized businesses. We assist in wide area of corporate services and can advise and formulate financial strategies for your companies. We specialize in all kinds of corporate finance and offer multiple choices to our clients by aiming at quality and value for money. We also help organizations in improving their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. We help organization to gain external and presumably more objective advice and recommendations with our specialized expertise. Because of our exposure and relationships with numerous organizations, we are aware of industry 'best practices,' thus helping the organization to grow optimally with the existing resources. We also provide organizational change management assistance, Management Buy-out, technology implementation, strategy development, and operational improvement services. We bring own proprietary methodologies and frameworks to guide the identification of problems, and to serve as the basis for recommendations for more effective or efficient ways of performing business tasks. Our firm offers a direct problem solving approach where we use our specialized industry experience to deliver a one on one relationship with our clients. Our expertise is derived from experience in Banks, boutique consulting firms, global financial institutions and law firms. For more services please visit our Website At http://anbkfinance.com
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Stuart Tait, global head, trade and receivables finance, HSBC - View from Sibos 2014

Stuart Tait, global head, trade and receivables finance, HSBC - View from Sibos 2014

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Jane Cooper, The Banker's technology and transaction banking editor speaks with Stuart Tait, global head, trade and receivables finance, HSBC, during the Sibos 2014 conference held in Boston.
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Alain Raes, head of Asia Pacific and EMEA, Swift - View from Sibos 2017

Alain Raes, head of Asia Pacific and EMEA, Swift - View from Sibos 2017

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Swift's head of Asia Pacific and Emea, Alain Raes, discusses the global payments innovation initiative with The Banker's editor Brian Caplen.
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Chinese YUAN overtakes EURO, becomes 2nd most popular TRADE FINANCE CURRENCY

Chinese YUAN overtakes EURO, becomes 2nd most popular TRADE FINANCE CURRENCY

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Chinese YUAN overtakes EURO, becomes 2nd most popular TRADE FINANCE CURRENCY Subscribe here for more Prime Interest, Max Keiser & Financial news: The yuan has replaced the euro to become the second most widely used currency in global trade in 2013, according to the SWIFT network responsible for international financial transactions. The share of the yuan in global trade finance has jumped from 1.89 percent in January 2012 to 8.66 percent in the form of letters of credit and collections in October 2013, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) data shows. The share of trade settlements in the euro fell from 7.87 percent to 6.64 percent in the same period. The US dollar still leads with 81.08 percent of foreign trade payments using the American currency in October. The most active yuan users are Chinese and Hong Kong companies which account for about 80 percent of the total foreign trade operations in the yuan. The remaining 20 percent is spread among Singapore (12%), Germany (2%), Australia (2%) and other countries (4%). "The renminbi is clearly a top currency for trade finance globally and even more so in Asia," Franck de Praetere, SWIFT's Singapore-based head of payments and trade markets for Asia Pacific, commented in a statement. "I think it is more to do with using China as a carry trade -- people want to get their money into China," says Nick Verdi, Asia FX strategist at Barclays. "With global interest rates so low, China really is the only place where you can get such a large carry. Trade finance is one of the key avenues to take advantage of that." According to SWIFT, in October the yuan remained the world's 12th most popular means of payment, its share decreased to 0.84 per cent from 0.86 per cent in September. Even though value of payments grew by 1.5% for the month, payments in all currencies rose by 4.6% Hong Kong, the largest yuan hub outside China, has accumulated a record 782 billion yuan ($128 billion) in October. The same month the UK's Chancellor George Osborne announced plans to make London an offshore banking center for the yuan. commodity, price, inflation, forex, currency, trading, currency trading, euro, converter, exchange, euros, money, currency rate, currency converters, money, rate, credit, credit consolidation, capital, card credit, creditcard, debit, how do i get a credit report, credit history, report, debit card, credit rating, investment, investment, free credit report, credit line, mortgage, financial, news, cibc. mortgage rates, obama, mortgage relief, mortgage protection, stock exchange, what is apr, online gold trading, forex, gold, gold trade, trade gold, gold mine, price of silver, gold future, gold funds, keiser, max kaiser, forex investment, investment, forex online, investment account, bank, how to, investment funds, bonds, savings, investments, invest, mutual fund, commodities, hedge fund, investment banking, property investment, investment banks. finance yahoo, how to finance your money, finance 101, finance 101 wharton, finance 101 lecture, finance 1, personal finance 101, finance 240 sdsu, finance 201, finance 2014, finance 2, bitcoin finance 2014, finance 301, finance 5 program, finance 5, american economy animation, american economy collapse, american economy collapse 2014, when will american economy collapse, american economy documentary, american economy explained, american economy history, american economy may 2014, american economy shrinks, american economy today, how the american economy works, american economy 1950s, american economy 2014, global economy animation, global economic collapse, global economy documentary, global economy explained, global economy journal, global economy kagundu, global economy mean, global economy news, global economy outlook, global economy pdf, global economy ryan harvey, global economy reset, how does the global economy work, global economy zimmer, global economy 2014,
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China: The world's new champion of free trade? - Counting the Cost

China: The world's new champion of free trade? - Counting the Cost

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We look at what it means for developing countries when the US decides to take a protectionist stance. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was the largest ever US-proposed trade deal and took years to put together, but US President-elect Donald Trump has promised to withdraw from the deal on his very first day in office. The TPP, signed by 12 countries in February 2016, covers 40 percent of the world's economy. But all 12 nations need to ratify it, and Trump's comments suggest that this will not happen. As the United States, the world's biggest economy and the champion of free trade for the past century, is about to back away from closer global economic integration, analysts question whether China has what it takes to be the world's new champion of free trade. While China has not signed on to the TPP agreement, it could take advantage of new opportunities as the US takes a more protectionist stance on trade. China is promoting it's own pan-Pacific trade pact. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is still being negotiated, but if enacted, it could become the world's largest free trade bloc. It differs from the TPP in that it doesn't require its members to liberalise their economies, or take steps to protect labour rights, environment or intellectual property. So, is it really the end of the TPP? What does it mean for China and RCEP? And what are the implications on the US, Asia and the global economy? Deborah Elms, the executive director at the Singapore-based Asian Trade Centre, takes a look at how China could now be positioning itself as the world's new champion of free trade. Also on this episode of Counting the Cost: Made in Australia: In Australia, successive governments have supported free trade, but that long-standing position on foreign competition may now be changing. We went to the Rossi Boots headquarters, in Adelaide, to talk to one of the only companies still manufacturing Made in Australia footwear. The UK's JAM families and the cost of Brexit: It's estimated that leaving the European Union will cost Britain $280m a week over the next five years. In the first budget since Brexit, UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond downgraded his 2017 economic forecast and said the national debt would grow. In fact, it will balloon to above 90 percent of the UK's gross domestic product. That will wipe out any savings made from not having to pay into the EU's budget. Will the new budget help the so-called JAM families, those households "just about managing" to make ends meet? Gregor Irwin, chief economist at the Global Counsel, looks at the cost of Brexit. Iceland's red hot tourism industry: Iceland is known for its stunning landscapes and hot springs. But soon, there could be no more room in its famous blue lagoon because it's going through an unprecedented tourism boom and its infrastructure is struggling to cope. Paul Brennan reports from Reykjavik. Iceland versus Iceland: It looks like a 'cold war' might be breaking out between Iceland, the country, and the supermarket chain that bears the same name. That's because the UK store specialises in frozen food and actually owns the European trademark for using the name Iceland. But now, Iceland, the country, confirmed its taking legal action against the store. YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/
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China 2014 - Rebooting Chinese Finance

China 2014 - Rebooting Chinese Finance

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http://www.weforum.org/ What models and reforms will boost China's financial sector? Dimensions to be addressed: - Emerging role of internet finance - Progress of Shanghai Free Trade Zone - Rethinking shadow banking and local debt Nicolas Aguzin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Asia-Pacific, JPMorgan Chase, Hong Kong SAR Liu Mingkang, Distinguished Fellow, Fung Global Institute, Hong Kong SAR Lord Turner, Senior Fellow, The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), United Kingdom Zhang Yichen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, CITIC Capital, Hong Kong SAR Zhu Ning, Deputy Director and Professor of Finance, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, People's Republic of China; Global Agenda Council on Public Finance & Social Protection Systems Moderated by Wang Shuo, Managing Editor, Caixin Media, People's Republic of China; Young Global Leader
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Citi: Treasury Trends in 2016: Non-Bank Financial Institutions Sector

Citi: Treasury Trends in 2016: Non-Bank Financial Institutions Sector

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Damian Macinante, Asia Pacific Non-Bank Financial Institutions Sector Head, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi outlines the key trends and opportunities for treasurers in 2016. View other Citi videos: http://www.youtube.com/citi Read our Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/citi Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/citi Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/citi Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/citi Follow us on Google+: http://www.google.com/+citi
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Asset Based Lending with Collateral for Businesses in UAE

Asset Based Lending with Collateral for Businesses in UAE

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2016
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ANBKFinance.com is a 'Corporate Financial Firm' providing Financial services in International Trade Finance, Corporate Finance , Private Equity, and other Corporate Services across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Europe Sub-Continent. We helps clients in diverse industries improve performance, reduce costs, recover from distress, leverage technology, and stimulate growth.Our firm offers a direct problem solving approach where we use our specialized industry experience to deliver a one on one relationship with our clients. Our expertise is derived from experience in Banks, boutique consulting firms, global financial institutions and law firms. to find out more about our financial services please contact us or visit our website.
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90-second update: HSBC reconfigures its Asian business

90-second update: HSBC reconfigures its Asian business

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GTR met with Tan Siew Meng, the head of HSBC's Asia Pacific global trade and receivable finance operations, to discuss the market downturn, the regulatory pressures, and the bank's new approach to the region.
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