We are delighted to present this series of "Doing Business In..." country guides.
The guides provide a concise overview of the key compliance issues to be considered when expanding into a new territory, and contain insights on over 60 countries and regions worldwide.
Please select a country to discover more:
While most payments in India are still made with cash or cheques, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has increasingly been focusing on shifting payments to electronic channels. Standard Chartered focus on this shift towards a towards a digital and 'less-cash' society.
2018 is the perfect time to review and refine treasury operations in Africa. Geoffrey Gursel, Citi suggests that by capitalising on developments such as instant payment systems and data analytic tools, and by working with the right partners to support growth, a new era of corporate treasury on the continent can take shape.
Corporate treasurers in Latin America are operating in an increasingly complex and fast-paced environment. To stay one step ahead, treasury teams must re-engineer legacy processes and embrace digital innovation, while closely managing evolving risks such as cyber threats. Striking the right balance can be tricky; but doing so is an essential part of building a next generation treasury function.
India is rapidly becoming a digitally-empowered society and economy, opening up new growth and efficiency opportunities for corporates along the way. Successfully embracing digital innovation is both a science and an art, however, as industry experts explained during a lively panel debate at HSBC’s recent GLCM Digital Innovation and Transformation Forum in Mumbai.
Hong Kong’s new Corporate Treasury Centre Policy is a very important step towards establishing Hong Kong as a corporate treasury hub, and is official recognition of the importance of professional treasury management.