China’s bond market is the world’s third largest bond market in the world in terms of trading volume. China has two main bond markets: the inter-bank bond market (“Inter-bank Bond Market”), which is primarily regulated by the People’s Bank of China (“PBOC”) and an exchange-based bond market (“Exchange Bond Market”), which is primarily regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission. The Inter-bank Bond Market accounts for almost 95% of the total trading volume in China’s bond market. This regulatory update will review at how efforts have been made in the past to gradually open up the Inter-bank Bond Market to foreign investors, as well as some of the latest development in this market.
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