Wednesday 07 November 2018

The opening of Chinese capital markets is creating an investment opportunity too big to ignore.


Investors from around the world are meeting to discover the scale of opportunity arising from newly opening bond and equity markets in China, at a series of events hosted by BNP Paribas.

Experts from the bank's Global Markets and Securities Services businesses travelled with partners from the Hong Kong and London stock exchanges, Bloomberg, FTSE Russell, MSCI and the Bond Connect Company, to meet investors and discuss the latest developments in China that are opening access to this crucial financial market.

Chinese assets are being included in global benchmark indices for the first time, while multiple initiatives to connect Chinese markets with international investors gain traction, creating unprecedented potential for international investment.

"The inclusion of Chinese onshore assets in international benchmarks is an ongoing seismic shift in global asset allocation. "
Natalie Shaw, APAC Product Manager, BNP Paribas Global Markets
"BNP Paribas, and the markets, are ready to facilitate access to China. "
Julien Kasparian, CEO, BNP Paribas Securities Services Hong Kong


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