Renminbi Internationalisation and Investment Opportunities in China – ACBC Vic CCBS OMFIF China Capital Market Series

03 May 2021

The Australia China Business Council Victoria (ACBC Vic) invites you to join our upcoming webinar in partnership with China Construction Bank Sydney (CCBS) and the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) as we explore the evolution of China’s currency and its implications for investments into Chinese capital markets.

China is liberalising its US$17 trillion bond market as part of a wider reform effort to establish the renminbi as an international currency. The China bond market offers real yields in excess of 100 basis points over equivalent debt in US dollars and is uncorrelated with other global benchmarks. There are considerable investment opportunities for international institutional investors.

In this online seminar, speakers will provide policy information around this important financial market. Guests will gain expert analysis, policy understanding and risk mitigation strategies from representatives of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), China Construction Bank (CCB), CCB Capital and leading Australian asset managers and asset owners.

SPEAKERS WILL ADDRESS

  • Renminbi cross-border policy 2021/RQFII/QFII/CIBM/Bond Connect Policy and RMB internationalisation.
  • Investing into China Capital Markets – Australian Asset Manager and Asset Owner Perspectives.
  • Investing in China – CCB Capital Perspective.
  • CCB Custody service offering and support for Australian investors.
  • Panel discussion – Opportunities and Challenges of investing in the China RQFII/QFII.

PRESENTERS

  • People’s Bank of China (PBOC) Representative
  • China Construction Bank (CCB) and CCB Capital Representatives
  • Mark Burgess – Non-Executive Director, OMFIF and Chairman, OMFIF Asia
  • Stephen Wolfe – Macquarie Group China Country Head
  • David Olsson – National President, Australia China Business Council (ACBC)

Event Details:

Date: Thursday 20 May 2021

Time: 3:30pm – 5:00pm AEST (Melbourne) / 1:30pm – 3:00pm CST (China)

Format: Online Seminar

Cost: FREE

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