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The inevitable rise of the fiat cryptocurrency
Date: Mar 19, 2018   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping, Aman Singh Kler and Ashley Leow | Research Note
Despite concerns over the unbridled speculation that has inflated the value of cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings, many governments have embarked on cryptocurrency initiatives that may render them legal tender in the not too distant future.
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China CITIC Bank International leverages new integrated treasury platform to drive expansion and compliance
Date: Mar 12, 2018   |   Author: Neeti Aggarwal | Co-published article
China CITIC Bank International redesigned its treasury and capital markets systems to improve operating efficiency, provide stronger risk management, address current and future regulatory challenges and improve new products’ time to market.
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Africa's ten key advantages in digital transition
Date: Feb 23, 2018   |   Author: David Gyori | Opinion
David Gyori, international resource director at The Asian Banker and known author and keynote speaker, talks about Africa’s advantages in going digital and the various reasons for the continent to take a leap into this revolution.
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Keppel case - A wake up call for bankers
Date: Feb 14, 2018   |   Author: Chris Douglas | Opinion
The case of Keppel Offshore and Marine being involved in corruption has wider implications than just the company and those involved. Any bank involved in the transfer of funds used to pay of bribes should be concerned.
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Australian bank directors risk criminal money laundering investigation
Date: Feb 06, 2018   |   Author: Chris Douglas | Opinion
Commonwealth Bank of Australia is involved in three actions against it but none will result in any of the directors being made to account for what they knew or didn’t know or did or failed to do to prevent the bank from allegedly being used to launder money.





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