China’s bond market is playing an increasingly important role both at home and abroad. The inclusion of the country’s bonds in global indexes will be a milestone for its financial market integration, bringing big opportunities as well as challenges for policymakers and investors alike. This calls for a good understanding of China’s bond market structure, its unique characteristics, and areas where reforms are needed.
At this lecture, Alfred Schipke and Sally Chen of IMF presented the key findings of its latest publication, The Future of China’s Bond Market. Following the presentation was a Q&A session moderated by Professor Dragon Tang of HKU’s Faculty of Business and Economics.
This AGI lecture was organized in collaboration with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Hong Kong (HKU).