Thursday 21 January 2021

Chye Kin Wee, Head of Transaction Banking Asia Pacific, shares his views on challenges and learnings from the Covid-19 crisis and his outlook for 2021.


As the Covid-19 pandemic unfolded, short-term liquidity and operational disruption became important challenges. BNP Paribas' Transaction Banking Asia Pacific teams helped clients with solutions across its full range of services – from trade finance to supply chain to cash management.

Treasury Today recently spoke to Chye Kin Wee for their Executive View column.



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