Tag: China

Banking in China

Cash pooling in China

Chairman’s commentary As usual with China, a lively discussion with many interesting experiences. Also as usual with China, people are receiving different advice, and there does not seem to be a single rule book to follow. Nearly everyone on the call is running both… Continue Reading “Cash pooling in China”

Regional Treasury Centres in Asia

Chairman’s commentary The participants came from a wide range of companies, with approaches which covered more or less the complete spectrum, from a highly centralised in-house bank doing all execution of transactions on behalf of local subsidiaries, to a completely decentralised operation which has… Continue Reading “Regional Treasury Centres in Asia”

Re-booting China post COVID

Chairman’s commentary China was the first country to lock down in response to the virus. It has also been the first one to start going back to work – at least, with a coherent response to the infection. The purpose of this call was… Continue Reading “Re-booting China post COVID”

repatriating cash from china

Chair’s conclusion Cash can be liberated from China. Dividends are the most robust route to doing this, but cross border sweeping is back in action and working for some corporates. Getting the right local concentration structure is important to leveraging a cross border liberation… Continue Reading “repatriating cash from china”