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Seoul suffers as Woori woes spread

Seoul suffers as Woori woes spread

Within the space of a few weeks, Woori Bank, South Korea’s second-largest lender, was slammed in parliament, lost a chief executive and prompted an investigation into hiring practices that may suck in the entire financial industry.

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Trade finance: Clients prove slow to embrace digital

Trade finance: Clients prove slow to embrace digital

Although banks like talking about bringing digital services to trade finance, a surprisingly low proportion of the 7,000-plus participants in Euromoney’s annual trade finance survey are actually using the technology.

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Cash Management Survey 2017: Results index

Cash Management Survey 2017: Results index

View the results of almost 30,000 survey responses from treasury professionals, and find out which cash managers get our stamp of approval for the quality of their service to clients.

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Chinese banks yearn to trade offshore renminbi

Chinese banks yearn to trade offshore renminbi

Analysts’ confidence that there is untapped demand from Chinese banks to trade offshore RMB is good news for R5, which last week announced a joint venture with Shanghai Clearing House designed to connect these institutions to the London FX market.

The outlier in Brazil isn’t politics

The outlier in Brazil isn’t politics

While growth forecasts for Brazil for 2018 are turning optimistic, a few – a surprisingly small number in fact – are warning about a growing downside risk for next year: a negative hit from a persistent drought.

NPCI: The backbone to India’s payments revolution

NPCI: The backbone to India’s payments revolution

India receives global attention for its digital innovation as a tool of financial inclusion, but it couldn’t get off the ground without a unique non-profit institution charged with creating the infrastructure.