The COVID-19 crisis has raised the awareness of supply chain disruption risk and as a consequence, supply chain strategies are being re-examined, more often than not with the objective to shorten supply chains and to bring production back closer to...
Corporates are arguably the most important segment to FX markets. This report examines how corporations think about FX and how this influences their trading behavior.
With COVID-19 arriving on the heels of a series of crises that already had India’s companies and consumers worried about the solvency of their banks, customers are flocking to the relative security of the country’s largest and presumably most stable...
The current environment will create opportunities for the right set of banks to play an important role in the effective migration of global supply chains from one global center to many others.
Among the myriad ways the COVID-19 crisis will reshape the global economy, the pandemic could alter the trajectory of the European corporate banking market.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every aspect of daily life—including banking. That disruption poses massive risks for the millions of companies around the world that rely on their banks for liquidity, capital and other critical services....
Macroeconomic volatility in Asia could actually be working to the advantage of the world’s biggest corporate banks.
The combination of macroeconomic volatility, slow economic growth, historically low interest rates, and further increasing know your customer (KYC) requirements has made for a tough market for corporate banks in Europe.
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