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  1. Business - Banking & Finance - BONDS

    Yield demand deters dim sum debt issuers

    Posted May 09th 2013, 12:00am by KANIS LI AND RAY CHAN

    ... Kanis Li and Ray Chan Financial firms shun offshore yuan market because of the higher premiums they will have to pay for the notes, especially for longer tenors Yield demand deters dim sum debt issuers Bond issuers are finding raising offshore yuan less attractive because of the higher yields they are having to offer buyers these days. The cost of funding the so-called dim sum ...

  2. Mainland to relax offshore fund rules

    Posted Sep 07th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the number of investors eligible to buy Hong Kong stocks under the individual investment scheme, the authorities may also triple the minimum amount an individual can invest offshore to 300,000 yuan ... domestic institutional investor (QDII) funds to 100,000 yuan from 300,000 yuan. Citing an unidentified official, the newspaper said the move was aimed at giving domestic investors wider access ...

  3. Business - Money - CURRENCY

    Yuan investments

    Posted Oct 29th 2012, 12:00am by Jasper Moiseiwitsch

    ... not lend to them in the currency, and offshore banks were blocked from investing in the mainland. So banks paid poor interest on yuan deposits. Much has changed over the past two years. ... are also getting more comfortable settling orders with mainland firms in yuan, typically through a Hong Kong institution. This has opened up another profitable use of yuan by local banks- trade ...

  4. Boost for yuan's globalisation

    Posted Apr 04th 2012, 12:00am

    ... to make the yuan a global currency for trade settlement, the first offshore settlement centre was set up in Hong Kong, he said, and another centre would be set up in London. Dai also said most ... in December, allows mainland firms' Hong Kong subsidiaries to invest off-shore yuan funds in the mainland. The securities regulator announced the quota increases hours after Dai Xianglong, ...

  5. Institutional investors want in on the act

    Posted Apr 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... under the RQFII scheme from 20 billion yuan to 70 billion yuan. The rise may be used to support the launch of A shares and exchange-traded funds in Hong Kong, but full details have still ... subscription to the first batch of RQFII quotas had already proved retail investors in Hong Kong were very reactive to fluctuations in the offshore yuan exchange rate and the A-share market. A shares ...

  6. Yuan push may open door to fund market

    Posted Jun 18th 2012, 12:00am

    ... introduced last December allowed the Hong Kong arms of mainland companies to invest offshore yuan funds in A shares or mainland bonds. In April, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said ... of measures to encourage people worldwide to use the yuan to settle trade and for selected investments. US-based BlackRock, the world's largest asset management company, also has a QFII quota. ...

  7. State fund cleared for offshore forays

    Posted May 01st 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bei Hu Long-awaited rule paves the way for 30b yuan in pension assets to be invested in securities and bank deposits abroad A provisional rule that takes effect today clears China's state pension fund to invest more than 30 billion yuan in offshore securities and bank deposits. The long-awaited regulation also allows the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) to buy ...

  8. Foreign industry players face a new wave of competition from yuan-denominated funds in mainland

    Posted Oct 08th 2007, 12:00am by Kenneth Howe

    ... companies, avoiding strategic investments and, like Victoria Capital, creating their own domestic yuan funds. 'For a long time in China, the foreign funds really had the trump card because they had the cash,' said Kathleen Ng, managing director of the Centre for Asia Private Equity Research. 'But the equation is starting to change. With approval of yuan-denominated funds, ...

  9. Take a ride on the redback

    Posted Mar 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... market made it attractive to launch the fund this year. The offshore yuan bond market has improved in terms of investor interest and more high quality issuers,' says Cecilia Chan, chief investment officer of fixed income, Asia-Pacific, for HSBC. Offshore by this terminology means offshore to the mainland, such as yuan bonds sold in Hong Kong- otherwise known as dim sum bonds. ...

  10. SFC studying applications for three more yuan ETFs

    Posted Jul 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Enoch Yiu enoch.yiu@scmp.com The Securities and Futures Commission is in the process of approving three more yuan-denominated exchange traded funds (ETFs) that will allow Hong Kong investors to bet on mainland stocks. Just two weeks ago, the regulator approved the first yuan ETF, a five billion yuan (HK$6.07 billion) fund issued by China Asset Management (CAM). Alexa Lam, ...




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