Trade Winds: shaping the future of international business

The world is entering a third phase of globalisation that will boost trade, change the way companies work and improve the quality of life of millions of people, according to a new HSBC report.

The world is entering a third phase of globalisation that will boost trade, change the way companies work and improve the quality of life of millions of people, according to a new HSBC report.

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Taking working capital from functional to fundamental

Improving working capital by centralising treasury operations within the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)

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Economic Outlook 2016: Indonesia’s Hopes and Challenges in ASEAN

The economy size in ASEAN is valued at 2.2 trillion US dollars and so far has attracted 35% of foreign direct investments to the region. Indonesia remains the core economic driving factor with its contribution of 35%, followed by Vietnam and Malaysia. However, how do we see this competition?

As we head into 2016, ASEAN’s economic cohesion will receive an extra boost with the formal establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). This aims to liberalise the flow of goods, services, capital and, ultimately, skilled labour within the region in a bid to raise its competitiveness and facilitate investment.

Economic Outlook 2016: Indonesia’s Hopes and Challenges in ASEAN

The economy size in ASEAN is valued at 2.2 trillion US dollars and so far has attracted 35% of foreign direct investments to the region. Indonesia remains the core economic driving factor with its contribution of 35%, followed by Vietnam and Malaysia. However, how do we see this competition?

Liquidity Management Solutions for Indonesian Corporates

Volatility in the global markets has prompted Indonesia’s central bank to introduce new regulations aimed at safeguarding the financial health of local corporations that issue debt internationally. According to speakers at a fixed income forum staged in Jakarta, while these new rules present significant challenges for market participants, they are also introducing an array of new opportunities for investors and issuers alike.

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Banking technologies continue to evolve with such an amazing acceleration

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Simon Constantinides, HSBC’s Regional Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance for Asia Pacific, explains why ASEAN-based companies, as well as those further afield, are well-positioned to capitalise on the opportunities made possible by regional trade flows and the unique resources of each member state.

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