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The Idiosyncrasies of China’s Bond Market
November 25, 2021

The Idiosyncrasies of China’s Bond Market

By Kate Jaquet
China’s bond market appears hampered by unpredictable default mechanisms, non-standardized bond covenants, and unreliable bond ratings.

Evergrande Exposure
October 13, 2021

Evergrande Exposure

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from David Yu.
Western Investors Are Divided on Buying Chinese Assets, With Good Reason
September 29, 2021

Western Investors Are Divided on Buying Chinese Assets, With Good Reason

By Sara Hsu
Two related issues are plaguing investors: debt risks for Chinese firms and the uncertainty as to if, when, and how China will regulate particular sectors.

China’s Tightening of IPO Regulations Could Push More Companies Toward Overseas Listings
May 19, 2021

China’s Tightening of IPO Regulations Could Push More Companies Toward Overseas Listings

By Dmytro Spilka
Even as China’s IPO market booms, more and more firms are looking overseas – especially to the U.S.

The Ant Group Incident Reveals the Fragile Future of Innovation in China
March 20, 2021

The Ant Group Incident Reveals the Fragile Future of Innovation in China

By Zhuoran Li and Gavin Xu
Increasing CCP control, coupled with bureaucratic infighting, decreases the incentives for private companies to try new things.

More Fintech Regulation on the Horizon in China
March 10, 2021

More Fintech Regulation on the Horizon in China

By Sara Hsu
The Chinese government continues to add oversight and structure to the rapidly growing sector.

Ant Group’s Year of Reckoning?
December 31, 2020

Ant Group’s Year of Reckoning?

By Eleanor Albert
The targeting of the fintech giant may be part politics, part personal, and part regulatory reform.
China’s Regulation of Wealth Management Products
May 15, 2014

China’s Regulation of Wealth Management Products

By Sara Hsu
As the risks rise in the shadow banking sector, Beijing is tightening regulations.

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