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By Georgina Lee | 1 March 2013
The Taiwan Stock Exchange is preparing to introduce renminbi-denominated ETFs and stocks, indicating that Beijing will grant an RQFII quota to the island soon.
By Georgina Lee | 25 July 2012
A proposal by the HKMA that urges asset managers in Hong Kong to move back-office functions to Qianhai is over ambitious and won't work without incentives, say industry figures.
By The Editors | 19 January 2012
AsianInvestor and FinanceAsia hosted our third forum in Hong Kong on the internationalisation of the renminbi. Here we present a gallery of photos from the event.
By Yvonne Chan | 16 January 2012
RQFII funds will give offshore yuan depositors better yields than their bank accounts and are a step towards convertibility of the currency, say panellists at our RMB Rising event.
By Anette Jönsson | 13 January 2012
Panellists at an AsianInvestor/FinanceAsia conference see rising focus on credit quality and expect more issuers to seek credit ratings before launching offshore RMB bonds.
By Leanne Wang | 27 January 2011
The decoupling of offshore RMB (CNH) from its onshore counterpart (CNY) as Beijing keeps its capital account closed is creating conditions for CNH to become a currency in its ...
By The Editors | 23 November 2010
Peter Redward of Barclays Capital and Dennis Tan of Deutsche Bank consider the pace of RMB appreciation and whether the Hong Kong dollar will be repegged to the renminbi.
By The Editors | 18 November 2010
In a video extract from our conference on the likely impact of renminbi liberalisation, we hear from Benjamin Rudd of Ping An and Enoch Fung of Goldman Sachs.
By Leigh Powell | 27 October 2010
BarCap's Peter Redward argues that the Hong Kong dollar peg could be switched to the renminbi very quickly, preceded by a 10% appreciation of the Chinese currency.
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Yes, once they reach a certain size
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