Friday 28 April 2017

Our RMB Competence Centre has just released the latest edition of its extensive "All about RMB" Investor Handbook.


As RMB internationalisation and China's capital market reform enter into a new phase, new opportunities are opening up for financial institutions. The speed of deregulation is being felt across different asset classes with:
  • Simplified channels to enter China Interbank Bond Market (CIBM)
  • Enlarged QFII and RQFII quota for increasing demand and better repatriation processes
  • Facilitated access to interbank FX market to hedge RMB FX exposure onshore
  • Relaxed access to onshore liquidity via CIBM and money market
 
The All About RMB brochure is therefore designed to provide a comprehensive roadmap for institutions to invest in and out of China, as well as BNP Paribas' capabilities and solutions in the Bond, Equity, FX and Money Market activities.
 
To highlight, BNP Paribas has always been the pioneer in RMB business and obtained various qualifications in China including:
  • Interbank Bond Settlement Agent (Type A) for CIBM access
  • Non-financial corporate and financial bond underwriter in CIBM
  • CNY and G7 FX Spot, Forward and FX Swap market marker in CFETS
  • Full derivatives licenses
 
BNP Paribas is your most reliable RMB business partner. Please approach your BNP Paribas contact person for more information regarding our handbook, RMB product offering and services.




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