What are the most pressing issues facing the emerging markets today? Marcelo Carvalho, Head of Global Emerging Markets Research at BNP Paribas discusses these and...
China's transformation into one of the largest economies in the world is one of the great success stories of the past 30 years. Learn more about the latest trends and opportunities.
As technology advances, how do corporate treasurers ensure they reap the rewards of fintech solutions while keeping up with evolving regulations?
Onshore issuance by foreign companies is expected to rise.
Beijing promotes global electricity network to absorb huge power surpluses.
The opening of Chinese capital markets is creating an investment opportunity too big to ignore.
With its equity market opening faster than ever before and bonds soon to follow, investors should act now on China.
Strong global footprint and domestic franchise keeps BNP Paribas ahead of its competition.
As fiduciary duty grows, investors see ESG as too big to ignore. Has the moment arrived for sustainable investing in China?
Asia's burgeoning transportation needs pose a major threat to the environment. Will government policies be enough to push for low-carbon solutions?
China has opened the gates to much greater investment flows in recent years following landmark bilateral schemes with Hong Kong. What happens next?
China's huge progress in green finance under President Xi Jinping put to rest arguments that environmental protection must come at the expense of progress.
A key part of China's push to develop its green finance industry is improving the disclosure of environmental information.
China's insatiable appetite for digital payments is driving rapid banking sector transformation and forging a new global FinTech landscape.
This year marks 20 years since the creation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
With the US administration stepping back from the Paris climate agreement, China is emerging as a global leader in environmental policy.
BNP Paribas has won RMB house of the year in the Asia Risk Awards 2017.
What does access to the China Interbank Bond Market mean for Institutional Investors?
International investors can no longer relegate Chinese equities to the "too hard" basket. We explain why there's reason for optimism
Celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's handover came with a new channel into China's USD9.4 trillion bond market*.
Our RMB Competence Centre has just released the latest edition of its extensive "All about RMB" Investor Handbook.
Asia's hunger for outbound mergers and acquisitions hit new highs in 2016, with China driving the expansion. What have been the main trends?
China's financial market opening continues apace, with the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Stock Connect now launching in December 2016.
China Interbank Bond Market Direct allows more foreign institutional investors to gain access to the world's third largest onshore bond market.
Over just a few quarters, commodity prices surprised the markets, as a significant drop -off was superseded by a major recovery.