Nafmii paves way for greater transparency in China’s bond market

The onshore regulator introduces a new level of transparency to its bond registration in a move that sheds light into the onshore market’s approval process and sets the tone for other agencies to follow.

  • 25 Sep 2012

The National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (Nafmii) has tweaked its bond registration process to add a new level of clarity for investors keen to know more about the companies issuing commercial paper (CP) and medium term notes (MTNs) onshore.

The move, while small, showcases the efforts ...

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