Dominique Jooris and Julian Trott of Goldman Sachs outline what needs to happen before Asian bond markets are fully developed.
Although emerging-market debt is attractive, the bond house is wary of potentially illiquid exposures.
Long term, Asian fixed income is the place to be, but in the shorter run, investors should perhaps be more cautious, argues a panel of specialists.
Regulators should tighten rules for hedge funds and money-market funds, says Karl Dasher, global head of fixed income at Schroder Investment Management.
Ronald Arculli says Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing intends to introduce listed options that allow some degree of tailoring.