Tougher regulation of Chinese bonds to attract foreign investment

Stricter enforcement of regulations by Chinese and Hong Kong authorities is expected to boost investor confidence in China's bond market.

Investor confidence in the world’s third-largest bond market will be boosted by the stricter enforcement of regulations. A unified and stricter enforcement mechanism for Chinese bonds has been announced, while regulators in Hong Kong and China have signed an agreement to cooperate in supervising securities.

“Improved governance is always a good thing. That will attract more international investments into China’s bond market. The stricter enforcement of China’s bond market will cause ratings agencies to improve their governance score for China’s bond market,” said Jack Siu, senior Asia Pacific investment strategist at Credit Suisse.

When international long-term investors make investment decisions, they monitor the market’s governance...

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