Latest developments in the RMB bond market in HK
1 November 2010
The HKUST Center for Asian Financial Markets presents:
Latest developments in the RMB bond market in Hong Kong
The HKUST Center for Asian Financial Markets cordially invites you to a luncheon seminar on 1 November 2010 to discuss the latest developments in the RMB bond market in Hong Kong and to explore market opportunities for corporate borrowers and investors.
In this seminar, Mr Tee Choon-Hong, Managing Director, Regional Head of Capital Markets, North Asia, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, will present the latest developments in the internationalisation of RMB and RMB offshore bond market in Hong Kong, including the innovative McDonald's RMB bond issue in Hong Kong which was recently arranged by Standard Chartered. Mr Tee will also share with us the possible future steps in the development of this new market and what are the opportunities for corporate borrowers and investors.
From HKUST, Professor Jonathan Batten, Adjunct Professor, Department of Finance will give us a broader perspective of local currency fixed income markets developments in Asia Pacific and share some of his insights in the market infrastructure developments. The discussions will be moderated by Professor Veronique Lafon-Vinais, Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Finance.
Speaker & Moderator
About the Seminar
Date: 1 November 2010 (Monday)
Time: 12:30pm Registration
12:45 - 2pm Presentations and Q&As
Venue: HKUST Business School Central
15/F Hong Kong Club Building
3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong (MTR J3 Exit)
Admission: Open to public
Fee: HK$100 per participant
HK$80 for member of HKUST Business School Alumni
(Fee includes registration, a sandwich and a drink)
Free admission for HKUST current students
Subscription: Click here to register online!
Payment should be made by cheque payable to HKUST and sent by post to: Room 6415, Dean's office, School of Business and Management, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong. Attn: Mr. Ray Lee.
For questions, please contact Mr Ray Lee on 2358-8934 or email@example.com