With investors and issuers reeling from property market woes, regulatory issues and macro challenges in China over the past 12 to 18 months, the focus of fixed income players today is how the country's debt capital markets will evolve going forward.
While accessibility to onshore credit is now less of a problem, several key structural, long-term hurdles remain. These include limited liquidity, a lack of hedging instruments and opaque processes for defaults. Ultimately, the aim is to reverse the recent selloffs by global traders in RMB-denominated bonds – which reached tens of billions of US dollars in just the first few months of 2022.
But how can this be achieved? When and why will confidence return? And where will investors turn next in the Chinese fixed income landscape?
To mark FinanceAsia's first in-person event since 2019, issuers, investors and other key market players at this 4th annual conference will discuss and debate the many faces of fixed income in China.
6 December 2022 - 8:30am HKT