Booklets explaining Silver Bonds. The government wants to raise the borrowing limit of the its retail bond programme to HK$300 billion from HK$200 billion. Photo: Felix Wong
Booklets explaining Silver Bonds. The government wants to raise the borrowing limit of the its retail bond programme to HK$300 billion from HK$200 billion. Photo: Felix Wong

Government seeks to beef up Hong Kong’s role as Asia’s bond hub by accelerating Bond Connect, increasing use of green bonds

  • In his latest budget, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po proposes doubling the ceiling on the sovereign green bond programme to HK$200 billion
  • He also unveiled plans to expedite a cross-border investment channel that will enhance access to mainland China’s vast bond market

Booklets explaining Silver Bonds. The government wants to raise the borrowing limit of the its retail bond programme to HK$300 billion from HK$200 billion. Photo: Felix Wong
Booklets explaining Silver Bonds. The government wants to raise the borrowing limit of the its retail bond programme to HK$300 billion from HK$200 billion. Photo: Felix Wong
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