Hong Kong’s iconic Star Ferry vessels sail across Victoria Harbour in front of the financial district in Central. China’s government plans to transform Hong Kong and 10 cities around the Pearl River Delta into a thriving global centre of technology, innovation and economic vibrancy. Photo: Dickson Lee
Peter T. Grauer
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Peter T. Grauer

Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area can play a key role in the development of China’s bond market

  • As the financial sector enters a ‘new investing age’, Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong, as part of the Greater Bay Area, can pool their strengths to bring investors to China’s financial markets, especially its bond market

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Hong Kong’s iconic Star Ferry vessels sail across Victoria Harbour in front of the financial district in Central. China’s government plans to transform Hong Kong and 10 cities around the Pearl River Delta into a thriving global centre of technology, innovation and economic vibrancy. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Peter T. Grauer

Peter T. Grauer

Peter T. Grauer is chairman of Bloomberg, the global financial technology company that was founded in 1981. He has been a member of the Bloomberg board of directors since October 1996 and was named chairman of the board in March 2001, succeeding Michael R. Bloomberg.