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Sanctions are increasingly used as a foreign policy tool aimed at bringing recalcitrant nations to heel or to instigate regime change. As companies move into emerging markets, sanctions and embargoes are becoming a vital issue for treasury.
Corporations are holding unprecedented amounts of unspent cash, including about US$500bn in Asia. The trend is likely to continue for multiple reasons.
A massive unspent US$2.8 trillion corporate cash mountain has accumulated since the financial crisis. When will the hoarders finally put this cash to work?
When security worries keep US banks from meeting the market’s call for faster payments, what’s the answer - forego innovation or employ more innovative security? The experiences of the UK, Australia, Sweden, South Africa and elsewhere can inform the path of US banks.