Asia, Europe, Global Edge

 

Global Edge
April 08, 2010 Posted by
China is one of the fastest-growing economies of the world and plays an increasingly important role in the global economy, especially for U.S. technology companies. This free, informational replay of SVB's Web seminar discusses the economy, the currency regime and the regulatory framework of China.
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Global Edge
January 13, 2010 Posted by

More and more U.S. companies are generating an increasing share of their revenues from export sales. Over the years, a significant portion of these export sales have shifted towards open account terms with no payment guarantees (such as a traditional letter of credit). As the Ex-Im Bank explains, savvy CFOs should consider leveraging export credit insurance.

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Global Edge; Treasury Management
December 04, 2009 Posted by

See a replay of our recent Web seminar, "Global Expansion Forum: Best Practices for Expanding Business Overseas." The seminar, by Silicon Valley Bank and High Street Partners, provides helpful information on such topics as: Common pitfalls when expanding into a new country Cross border tax considerations L

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Global Edge
August 11, 2009
If your company does business overseas, it's likely an appealing target for foreign governments as they try to increase tax revenues, especially in the area of transfer pricing.
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Global Edge
July 07, 2009
Short-term yields remain near historic lows, leaving corporate investors overly invested in cash investments earning near zero interest.
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Global Edge
June 09, 2009 Posted by
As of this writing, the U.S. dollar (USD) has been in a bit of a tailspin against all of the major currencies.
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Global Edge
January 13, 2009
Trade finance is one of the oldest means of financing exports, and according to the World Trade Organization, it is used to pay for approximately 90 percent of global trade.
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