Hong Kong’s Central district. The true winners will be Chinese onshore investors, who will now be able to access a broader liquidity pool and trade bond instruments more efficiently, an expert says. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong’s Central district. The true winners will be Chinese onshore investors, who will now be able to access a broader liquidity pool and trade bond instruments more efficiently, an expert says. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong’s Central district. The true winners will be Chinese onshore investors, who will now be able to access a broader liquidity pool and trade bond instruments more efficiently, an expert says. Photo: Robert Ng

Bond Connect: is the southbound link the game-changing bonanza that banks and investors have been waiting for?

  • Beijing has approved 41 mainland banks and 173 qualified domestic institutional investors to trade in all existing bonds in Hong Kong
  • HSBC and Bank of China (Hong Kong) among local banks that say they are ready for the new scheme

Topic |   Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
Hong Kong’s Central district. The true winners will be Chinese onshore investors, who will now be able to access a broader liquidity pool and trade bond instruments more efficiently, an expert says. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong’s Central district. The true winners will be Chinese onshore investors, who will now be able to access a broader liquidity pool and trade bond instruments more efficiently, an expert says. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong’s Central district. The true winners will be Chinese onshore investors, who will now be able to access a broader liquidity pool and trade bond instruments more efficiently, an expert says. Photo: Robert Ng
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