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  • RMB round-up: February 12, 2016

    Happy Year of the Monkey from GlobalRMB. In this round-up, the Singapore Exchange and the Moscow Exchange see sustained activity in RMB spot and derivatives contracts in January 2016, KraneShares plans a new RQFII China bond exchange traded fund (ETF), and the UK appoints a vice-president for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

    • 12 Feb 2016

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  • Chinese green bonds have yet to pass the test

    The future looks bright for China’s domestic bond market having started the year in full throttle with Shanghai Pudong Development Bank (SPDB) and Industrial Bank raising a combined Rmb30bn ($4.6bn). But while the volumes may be impressive, making sure issuers honour the green label will be the real test.

    • 02 Feb 2016
  • Chinese property: Getting to grips with the unexpected

    The Chinese property sector has once again found itself in the headlines for the wrong reasons with Future Land Development Holdings saying on Friday that its chairman was being investigated by the authorities. While there was the inevitable bout of panic selling, the short time it took for things to stabilise shows a maturing market that is fast getting used to the complexities of the industry.

    • 26 Jan 2016
  • From Russia, with fees

    After almost five years, Hong Kong has recognised Russia as an accepted jurisdiction for issuers looking to list in the city. But whether the ties would be a game-changer for Asian equity capital markets is a big question, writes Philippe Espinasse.

    • 25 Jan 2016

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