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Forwards and swaps in China

Chin-Chong Liew and Fang Jian of Linklaters discuss the background and principal features of this new development and what it means for the derivatives market in China going forward.
The derivatives market in China is rapidly evolving with increasingly sophisticated products and investors being attracted to the market. This has resulted in a series of new regulations being introduced over the past year in order to regulate and support the further development of this market. One of the most important recent reforms is the introduction of the new RMB Foreign Currency Forward and Swap Master Agreement, introduced in late July.

Chin-Chong Liew and Fang Jian of Linklaters discuss the background and principal features of this new development and what it means for the derivatives market in China going forward.

Linklaters is a leading international law firm specialising in capital markets and structured derivative products...

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