29 - 30 September, 2021
Marina Bay Sands
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed significant challenges on the world at large, China’s capital markets -- and the debt capital market in particular -- have been faring pretty well. As the volume of negative interest rate bonds around the world continues to set new records, how can you exploit opportunities in China’s high yield bond market?
Based on its success in the cryptocurrency market and some limited applications in other sectors, block chain technology is being actively considered for deployment in fixed income and forex (FX) trading.
China currently boasts the world’s second largest economy based on GDP and is well poised to take pole position in the near future. China’s actual GDP Annual Growth Rate currently stands at 6.8%, and has enjoyed continuous growth for decades
Technologies like AI (artificial intelligence), machine learning (ML), and process automation have the potential to revolutionize fixed income trading.
As data proliferates, best execution practices and Trade Cost Analysis (TCA) present both challenges and opportunities to fixed income traders.
Investment in China is a hot ticket for the industry at the moment, and BlackRock is making sure it’s prepared for the opportunities and challenges of this exciting and emerging market.
Here’s How State Street Global Advisors 3 New SPDR ETFs Are Helping Investors Tap into Key Market Trends and New Economic Developments
State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) was launched to help investors face the future with increased confidence by helping them identify where growth is happening, understand key insights from large swathes of data, and better assess which functions are better outsourced.
Investors often lack the tools necessary to finance green growth initiatives in developing countries. International Finance Corporation (IFC), in partnership with Amundi, has addressed this issue with its successful green bond fund
At the Fixed Income Leaders Summit happening on 28th – 29th May 2019 at the Harbour Grand, Hong Kong, a panel of experts moderated by Brett Elvish, Director, Financial Viewpoint will be debating the wisdom of launching green bonds as a separate fund.