Speech by James Hogan, Head of Commercial Banking for HSBC Australia, at the CFO Forum in Sydney, May 2016.
Australian businesses that look beyond the deal, take time to build meaningful relationships with business partners and show commitment to the market, will prosper in China, according to senior executives speaking at the HSBC Australia-China conference on 6 November 2015.
Authorities in China are rapidly reforming their financial regulations and architecture, allowing faster payments, easier flow of inbound and outbound overseas payments out of the country and more streamlined financial structures for Corporates, HSBC Australia-China conference heard on 6 November 2015.
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There has been considerable discussion about the implications for corporates regarding the implementation of measures relating to Basel III. Some have forecast diminished capacity for bank lending and increasing costs thereof. At the same time, as Thomas Schickler, Global Head of Liquidity and Investments at HSBC, explains, the real impact and even opportunity for a corporate treasury perspective depends upon both the individual bank and the extent of the treasury's engagement.
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