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Emerging Perspectives

China’s onshore bonds – ready for take-off

5 April 2019
Authors: Wilfred WeePortfolio Manager, Mark EvansAnalyst

China’s onshore bonds have made their debut on a leading bond index, firmly launching them onto the global arena. Our new paper provides an overview of an asset class that is moving to the mainstream.

China’s onshore bond opportunity set is significant and growing. Given the yield and diversification benefits Chinese bonds can offer investors, we believe they are fully deserving of a greater role in investors’ asset allocations. But certain complexities mean that specialist skills and experience are vital in this investment universe.

As we wrote earlier this year, we see China’s forthcoming inclusion to the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index as a deserved milestone. The question on investors’ minds when considering Chinese bonds is moving from ‘if?’, to ‘when, how much and how?’.

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Wilfred Wee
Wilfred Wee Portfolio Manager
Mark Evans
Mark Evans Analyst

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