Income Partners to launch RMB credit fund with banks

Not enough offshore RMB issuance? Income Partners works with investment banks to target potential issuers and build a tailored portfolio. Raymond Gui joins from CCBI to run the new portfolio.

Income Partners to launch RMB credit fund with banks

“This is the day we’ve been waiting for,” says Emil Nguy, managing partner at Hong Kong-based Asia bond house Income Partners. “The offshore RMB market is the first market with the potential to be big enough to rival the US.”

That matters to a firm like Income Partners, which Nguy helped to establish 17 years ago as a pioneer Asian fixed-income investor, both long-only and hedge. The firm’s size has always been restricted by the limited capacity in...

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