The Euromoney China Debt Capital Markets Summit 2017

Date: 23 Mar 2017
Location: The Westin Beijing, Financial Street, Beijing

Euromoney is delighted to announce the China Debt Capital Markets Summit 2017 which will be held in Beijing on 23 March.

Drawing over 500 international and Chinese borrowers and investors, the summit is recognized as one of the most important annual gatherings to discuss the developments in the Chinese bond market.

This timely summit comes as China further deepens its onshore bond market with global markets. Discussions will cover the latest developments in panda bonds, green bonds, securitization, international bond issuance by Chinese borrowers, and foreign investor access into China’s vast interbank bond market.

For international issuers and investors, the event offers networking opportunities with regulators and insight into the latest reforms in China’s bond market.

For Chinese issuers and investors, the discussions provide a thorough analysis of foreign currency debt funding markets and the onshore market’s transition to market pricing.

Attendance is free for all issuers, investors and regulators.

Speakers include:

  • PAN Gongsheng, Deputy Governor, People's Bank of China and Administrator, SAFE
  • György Barcza, Chief Executive Officer, Hungary Government Debt Management Agency (AKK)
  • Ricco Zhang, Director, Asia Pacific, International Capital Markets Association (ICMA)
  • Robert Zima, Deputy Director, Public Debt Department, Ministry of Finance of Poland
  • Ivan Chung, Head of Credit Research and Analysis, Moody’s Investors Service
  • TSOI Yiu Ting, Chief Financial Officer, China South City
  • Chantal Grinderslev, Senior Advisor and Director of Operations, Z-Ben Advisors
  • Sally Wong, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Investment Funds Association
  • Irina Burukina, Treasurer, New Development Bank (BRICS Development Bank)
  • Andrew Cross, Deputy Treasurer, Asia & Pacific, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

2017 Discussion topics will include:

  • Has China been successful in internationalizing its bond market?
  • Is reform being introduced at the right pace?
  • How far away are we from the inclusion of Chinese bonds in major global fixed income indices?
  • Is China's debt growth sustainable?
  • Offshore funding trends and pricing considerations for Chinese borrowers
  • How has RMB volatility affected foreign currency funding plans?
  • How important is it to be rated?
  • What does the RMB’s inclusion into the SDR basket mean for the Chinese bond market?
  • Opportunities for global borrowers in China's panda bond market
  • Does the panda bond market replace the dim sum market?
  • What is the rationale for a RMB-denominated SDR bond market?
  • What’s next for China’s green bond market?
  • Bank capital funding in the China context
  • Globalization of the China securitization market 
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