China International Bond Investment Forum 2017

26 October 2017 01:00 - 27 October 2017 09:00
Hong Kong, China

Description

Why we will organize this:

Bond Connect officially launched on July 3, 2017.However some serious concerns are still making most of overseas investors hesitate. Which are liquidity, capital controls, Thin Trading, inflated Credit Ratings and other policy details issue. All these matters need to be discussed in depth to explore the current ‘bond Connect’ in the context of the bond market's latest business cooperation and hot questions. That’s why Total Finance will be hosting CHINA BOND INVESTMENT FORUM 2017 .


Background

The Bond Connect programme that kicked off it’s first day with more than 7 billion yuan(US$1 billion)worth of mainland Chinese bonds traded by international investors. The long awaited cross-border trading scheme, which initially will give international investors access to China’s US$9 trillion bond market via Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), marked a milestone in China’s further opening up of its capital account. Economists estimate that more than $1 trillion of additional global fixed-income investments could eventually be allocated to Chinese domestic bonds over the next decade, and Bond Connect moves them a step further in that direction. Even though the market looks tempting, However some serious concerns are still making most of overseas investors hesitate. Which are liquidity, capital controls, Thin Trading, inflated Credit Ratings and other policy details issue. that’s why you can’t afford to miss CHINA BOND INVESTMENT FORUM 2017 For bettering your understanding of Chinese issuers, onshore markets, regulatory policy, the rating of hidden worries, accounting standards, corporate defaults and many other issues. all these matters need to be discussed in depth

Highlights

Discuss the profound influence of “Bond Connect” on bond market of the Mainland China and Hong Kong;

Share the opportunities, risks in China’s credit bond market and countermeasures there for;

Gather industry leaders of bond investment market with national reputation for communication;

Enhance the cooperation in China and international bond markets, provide an efficient and professional exchange platform;

Have a comparison and analysis on China’s credit rating and international credit rating;

Have an analysis on China’s macro-economics, introduce latest research achievements to foreign investment institutions;

Have an analysis on policies of the Mainland China and Hong Kong on bond supervision under the background of “Bond Connect” and make suggestions;

Interpret the difference between Chinese accounting standard and international accounting standard and the development trend thereof;

Discuss the problems in cross-border capital flow and interconnection of infrastructure when implementing “Bond Connect”;

Event Speakers

Ba Shusong, Chief economist of the China Banking Association, chief Chinese economist of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Zhou Zhaoping, Vice President, Decenture and Currency Products Development, Market Development Branch, Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Julien Martin, Head of Fixed Income and Monetary Fund, HKEx

Cheng Peng, General manager of Genial Flow Asset Management

Cui Li, CCB International Managing Director and Director of Macro Research, China Chief Economist Forum Director

Zhang Yongcheng, Deputy General Manager of Bank of China (Hong Kong) and Chief Trader of Global Market Interest Rate Exchange

Chen Mingqiao, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited Greater China and North Asia Financial Markets Director

Zhao Zhixuan, Vice President of Construction Bank Asia Integrated Business Management Team

Lian Yiu Tung, Head of Trading, Forex and Local Markets, BNP Paribas Global Markets

Zhang Hong, Head of China Construction Bank (Asia)

Bi Ke Rong, Co-head of ICBC Asia Financial Markets

Isaac MENG,PIMCO Senior Vice President and Emerging Markets Portfolio Manager

HE Jie,Head of Capital Development, Hong Kong Branch, National Development Bank

Xiao Hua, Bank of Communications Hong Kong Branch Global Financial Markets Chief Bank Bond Trader

Wang Wei, Managing Director, Bank of America Merrill Lynch


Agenda :

DAY 1:Discussion of Opportunities and Challenges of Internationalization of Chinese Bond Market

09:00 Discuss the internationalization of Ren Min Bi from the macro perspective Chief Economis

09:40 China's monetary policy and economic cycles

09:40 Latest Policies and Impact of Chinese Bond Market Exchange

10:20 China's monetary policy and economic cycles

11:00 Tea breaks and networking

11:20 High-level Dialogue:Opportunities and Challenges for the Internationalization of Chinese

Bond Market

12:10 Buffet lunch and networking

14:00 Roundtable Dialogue :What risks and challenges does “Bond Connect” have? How to pre

15:00 Tea breaks and networking

15:30 High-level Dialogue:Discuss the investment strategy and direction of China's bond market

16:30 Discuss The difficulties and key points of China's high-yield bond market

12:10 Buffet lunch and networking

17:00 End of forum.

DAY 2:Discuss the risks of cross-border investment in China’s bond market, strategies and derivatives focusing.

09:00 Discuss the risks of cross-border investment in bond market and hedge strategies in international perspective

09:40 Roundtable Dialogue :Chinese dollar debt

09:40 Roundtable Dialogue :Chinese dollar debt

10:40 tea breaks and networking

11:00 Roundtable Dialogue :Development and tendency of Chinese green bond market

12:00 Buffet lunch and networking

14:00 Half a day training


Who should be attending this forum

Regulatory Agencies;Economists;Commercial Banks ;Insurance Companies;Security Companies;Fund Management Companies ;Accounting Firms;Law Firms;Consulting Companies ;Exchanges ;Transaction Platform



Event Details

Topic
Fixed Income, Lending & Loans, Securities Finance, Wealth Management
Location
Asia-Pacific
Format
Conference
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