Treasury & Capital Markets
Hong Kong dollar bonds struggle to find a meaning
As one of the region’s vibrant international financial centres, Hong Kong’s local currency bond market looks rather anemic. Issuances by the government make up ten times that of the rest of the market. Despite efforts by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority to create a bit more colour by introducing retail bonds and Islamic sukuks in recent years, the Hong Kong dollar bond market has so far failed to ignite the interest of especially local corporates.
Daniel Yu and Monica Uttam 9 Aug 2016
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