The Largest Market You Haven't Heard Of: Chinese Onshore Bonds

Until recently, investors seeking access to Chinese fixed-income instruments were limited to securities issued in the offshore Hong Kong “dim sum” market.

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Until recently, investors seeking access to Chinese fixed-income instruments were limited to securities issued in the offshore Hong Kong “dim sum” market. The Chinese onshore bond market, however, typically offers higher yields, direct exposure to the onshore renminbi currency (CNY) and low correlations to other markets. In this webinar, Jay Jacobs, vice president of research at Global X ETFs; Sharon Yang, head of Institutional Sales at GF International Investment Management Limited; and James Rieger, global head of Fixed Income at S&P Dow Jones Indices discuss the onshore bond market and the unique opportunity it presents investors.

Olly Ludwig is the former managing editor of etf.com. Previously, he was a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and an editor at Bloomberg News. Before that, Ludwig was a journalist at the Reuters News Agency in New York.