New IASB hedge accounting rules provide greater flexibility, broader reach

As part of the International Accounting Standards Board's (IASB) response to the financial crisis, IFRS 9, which replaces IAS 39, aims to align hedge accounting more closely with risk management. As a result, a broader range of economic hedging strategies are likely to qualify for hedge accounting.


The new U.S. trading hub for Chinese renminbi: Opportunities for corporations

There are potential cost savings to be made for global corporates who choose to avail themselves of the renminbi products and services that these hubs provide.

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The evolution of the corporate treasurer

Just how much has changed when it comes to the role of the corporate treasurer and what will it look like in the future?

Corporate Treasury

After Brexit, invoicing in British pounds is most popular way of managing FX risk

About half of U.K. businesses (45 percent) do not manage currency risk following Brexit, according to the results of the British Chambers of Commerce’s (BCC) latest International Trade Survey.

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Hedge ratio optimization helps keep FX risks and costs low

Corporations with revenues and expenses in foreign currencies have often grappled with the dilemma of whether to hedge each exposure, and if so, how much of it.

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EU fails to reach deal on foreign country hybrid mismatches

EU finance ministers have failed to agree on extending anti-tax avoidance rules to hybrid mismatches between member countries and foreign territories.

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Corporate borrowing trends in a low-rate environment

What are the key trends impacting the corporate borrowing landscape in a post-Trump market?

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How Brexit might affect U.K. companies' tax bills

The potential scenarios that may emerge from the Brexit negotiations will have varying impact on the current tax system.

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Southbound in Taipei, talking markets & Renminbi

Is being “Southbound” the answer for Taiwan?

Foreign Exchange

How to adapt to new IFRS standards

New IFRS accounting standards are due to come into force from 2018 and will have a direct impact on companies' financial indicators such as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA).

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