The bond stock in China's bond market has reached 67 trillion yuan (9 trillion and 700 billion dollar). Although China has become the world's third largest bond market and the second largest credit bond market, China’s bond market is much different from that in the US, Europe and other emerging markets. With the continuous opening of China’s bond market, we should view the status of China’s bond market in a critical manner, and actively seek development opportunities in the future. In face of large-scale interest rate adjustment, what kind of trading opportunities does the market bring to us? What products and tools do the investors need to help us to manage risk?
Kun Shan is the Head of Local Markets Strategy for BNP Paribas China. He is based in Shanghai. In this role, Kun is responsible for thematic coverage of China FX/Rates/Credit markets; he provides hedging and trading recommendations to clients, and contributes regularly to the bank’s written publications. Kun is working closely with BNPP China’s trading and sales team in Shanghai to promote Global Markets business in China. Prior to joining BNP Paribas in 2011, Kun worked at Robeco asset management in the Netherlands for five years, where he was a buy-side credit analyst covering European and US corporate bonds.
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