Envisioning the corporate bank of the future
Although corporate banks have delivered steady returns since the 2008 crisis, banks face a daunting challenge to become infrastructure strong to accelerate growth and become agile and digital focused
Realising the potential of trade in Asia
Global trade is undergoing significant change. The increasing trend of anti-globalisation – and, in particular, the burgeoning US-China trade war – is challenging the established, interwoven ecosystem of world trade, potentially impacting access to US markets and posing a threat to Asian export volumes. Yet, Asian trade remains robust.
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