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Wednesday, 17 January 2018

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  • US dollar notes are seen at a Kasikornbank branch in Bangkok, Thailand.

    IFR Asia Reg S Bonds Roundtable 2018: The rise of Asia’s own dollar bond market

    The growth of the Reg S bond market has been one of the defining trends of the Asian capital markets in recent years. Driven by the seemingly unstoppable rise of Asian wealth – especially deep-pocketed Chinese investors – US dollar bond sales in the region no longer depend on the participation of US institutions.

  • IFR Asia Reg S Bonds Roundtable 2018 Group Shot

    IFR Asia Reg S Bonds Roundtable 2018: Roundtable participants

    Bryan CollinsFidelity InternationalBryan Collins is a portfolio manager with over 15 years of investment experience. He joined Fidelity’s Hong Kong office as a fixed income trader in 2006, and became a portfolio manager in 2009. He manages Fidelity’s fixed-income funds in Asia – including the Asian High Yield Fund, Asia Bond Fund, China RMB Bond Fund and Hong Kong Bond Fund – as well as a number of cash funds. In total, Bryan is responsible for managing over US$5bn

  • IFR Asia Reg S Bonds Roundtable 2018: Part 1

    IFR ASIA: I think the first question is really what’s behind the Asian Reg S phenomenon. Lorna, I know you’ve done a lot of work on this.

  • IFR Asia Reg S Bonds Roundtable 2018: Part 2

    IFR ASIA: Probably the cheapest source of money for a lot of issuers in Greater China is going to be bilateral loans or private placements with Chinese banks or Chinese institutions. What’s your take on those?

  • IFR Asia IMF/World Bank Roundtable 2017

    IFR Asia IMF/World Bank Roundtable 2017

    The IMF/World Bank annual meetings this year provided an ideal backdrop for a discussion on the internationalisation of Asia’s capital markets.

  • IFR Asia IMF/World Bank Roundtable 2017: Participants

    Arnab DasInvescoArnab Das is head of emerging markets macro research at Invesco Fixed Income. He joined Invesco in 2015, and previously held senior research positions at Roubini Global Economics, Dresdner Kleinwort and JP Morgan. He has also been a private consultant in global and emerging markets, as well as consulting with Trusted Sources, a specialist EM research boutique in London. He has a degree from Princeton University and a doctorate from London School of

  • IFR Asia IMF/World Bank Roundtable 2017: Part 1

    IFR Asia: Welcome to the IFR roundtable. We have for you a discussion on the internationalisation of the Asian capital markets, and a wide range of views represented on the panel.

  • IFR Asia IMF/World Bank Roundtable 2017: Part 2

    IFR Asia: Alexi, maybe this is a question for you. How do you get around some of the investor concerns when you want to encourage people to go to the international markets?

  • IFR Asia IMF/World Bank Roundtable 2017: Part 3

    IFR Asia: Let’s maybe try and take a few questions from the audience, if we can.

  • IFR Asia RMB Bonds Roundtable 2017: New connections

    IFR Asia RMB Bonds Roundtable 2017: New connections

    The renminbi bond markets are undergoing a dramatic transformation. As China continues with the gradual internationalisation of the currency, many foreign investors and issuers are getting their first chance to participate in the onshore renminbi market.

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