In August, Poland's government became the first European sovereign to issue renminbi-denominated debt in China's onshore bond market. Joanne Hart investigates how the deal came together.
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As Mongolia's economy slows, the chief executive of its stock market, Bolor Munkhsaikhan, tells Stefania Palma about efforts to deepen local capital markets to help hedge against a volatile currency and to diversify corporate borrowing away from bank loans.
South Korea’s sound but stagnant capital markets are failing to attract investors. With the main index in the doldrums, the government is now intervening with revitalisation measures such as the launch of a new over-the-counter market. Michael Imeson reports.
Growth-linked sovereign bonds sound desirable in theory but have long been considered impossible in practice. Now a small group of investors, lawyers and trade bodies is working hard to turn the idea into reality. Danielle Myles reports.
Clearing has become an early battleground in the UK's – and therefore London's – exit from the EU, but political posturing has been followed by calls for calm. Over the long term, however, nothing is being ruled out. Danielle Myles reports.
Having been a pioneer in new forms of bank capital, Credit Suisse is aiming to be similarly innovative in insurance. US experience and the demands of the Swiss markets regulator made it match-fit for a recent $800m deal, writes Edward Russell-Walling.
Asia has been working on a capital markets union for almost two decades. Why is this process challenging? And is it fair to draw parallels between the Asian and European experience? Stefania Palma reports.
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