The story of the year has been China. The need for further capital account liberalisation combined with an economic slowdown that forced regulators to release short-term stimulus policies to prop up sliding GDP – sparking higher volatility across all asset classes.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) was able to capture these market dynamics quickly and provide robust risk management solutions for its clients, providing strong growth across foreign exchange, interest rates and
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