Chinese Currency Internationalization
China’s dramatic growth in international trade has made it the second largest economy in the world. The Chinese Renminbi is now the fifth most common currency in world trade.Share »READ MORE
Why Are Swap Rates Trading Below U.S. Treasury?
Current negative swap spreads present an opportunity for market participants favoring fixed rate debt. The bank markets traditionally price over LIBOR, and the bond markets price over Treasuries. By electing to pay a fixed swap rate, a market participant enjoys the benefit of negative swap spreads through a lower swap rate paid for the life of the contract.Share »READ MORE
Benefits of Same Day ACH
Changes to the NACHA Operating Rules will allow ACH participants to speed delivery of transactions that are more time sensitive than traditional ACH transactions.Share »READ MORE
Advantages of Doing Business in the Local Currency
If you are one of the growing number of companies doing business in China, recent moves to liberalize its currency can have substantial bottom-line benefits for you.Share »READ MORE