China debt capital markets summit 2015

Date: 19 May 2015
Location: Beijing, China

The Euromoney China Debt Capital Markets Summit 2015 will provide Chinese FIs, POEs and SOEs with an examination of global debt markets. Euromoney will profile deals done in USD, Euros and off-shore RMB – which markets are open, at what price and for who?

For the global investment community this meeting will connect investors new to China credit with a cross section of potential new issuers as China becomes a significant and important new asset class providing yield and diversification to global markets.

‘Haiwai’ (off-shore) strategies for Chinese corporates and the continued top down regulatory push to migrate risk off Chinese banks balance sheets into a more diversified capital structure producing markets driven pricing of money is core to Chinese government policy. The development of debt markets domestically and access to global debt markets represents new opportunities for China's borrowers and global investors alike.

2014 was the year that China stamped its presence on global debt capital markets with multiple jumbo deals from state and private sector and multi-currency tranche deals from Chinese banks raising regulatory capital. 2015 and 2016 will see more volume, more diversification and more new markets accessed.

For all global participants in debt capital markets a thorough understanding of rapidly developing policy in Beijing and the opportunity to meet new and prospective Chinese credits from across the risk spectrum is essential.

Agenda topics include:

  • Debt Capital Markets and the Chinese Banking System – Transitioning to Market Pricing
  • China Issuance into Global Markets – What ‘Haiwai’ Means for the World?
  • The Off-shore Bond Buyers Perspective
  • Bank Capital, Bank Balance Sheet Allocation and Corporate Customers
  • The RMB Internationalisation – Inside Going Out
  • Tracking On-shore Liquidity Through 2016
  • Euro Markets Funding for High Grade Chinese Issuers
  • Bank Capital Issuance
  • Risk Management
  • Dollar Funding – Pricing for SOEs / POEs
  • Japanese Investors’ Growing Appetite for Off-shore Bonds
  • RMB Funding – CNH Vs CNY – HK, SG, Seoul and Taiwan
  • New Name in Global Markets? The A to Z of Preparation

Click here to download the agenda.

Euromoney is proud to present this new annual meeting that will connect Chinese credit with global capital.

For sponsorship enquiries, please contact Robert Ball at +852 2842 6996 or robert.ball@euromoneyasia.com.

For further information or to apply for a free place, please contact Jimmie Chan at rsvp@euromoneyasia.com or +852 2842 6961

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