A first of its kind forum will convene in Hong Kong next week to explore the risks and opportunities involved in China’s rapidly evolving private credit markets.
The PDI China Corporate Debt Forum 2014, which is scheduled for November 6th and 7th, will be keynoted by the former chairman of the China’s top banking regulator, and will examine the impact of recent changes in regulation of China’s banking industry on the credit markets, as well as discussing a range of other topics regarding the outlook for risk and returns in China’s corporate debt markets.
The event, which is hosted by industry publication, Private Debt Investor, brings together debt investment professionals, fund managers, institutional investors and family offices to discuss key issues affecting private debt investment in China.
Former CBRC Chief to Keynote Conference
In his keynote remarks, Mingkang Liu, former chairman of the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) will review the effects of recent changes in China’s regulatory regime on the mainland credit market. Mr Liu was the founding head of the regulatory body, and will share his insights on what risks still face the market, and how the Chinese government is addressing them.
Other topics to be covered by the two-day events roster of more than 30 panellists and speakers are: China’s shadow banking sector, China’s high yield bond market and borrowers funding sources for next year, and restructuring and debt recovery.
Among the companies to be represented at the conference are some of the biggest firms in international finance, including APG Asset Management; AustralianSuper; CPPIB; Credit Suisse; GIC Private; ING; LVF Capital; M&G Investments; New China Asset Management; Oaktree Capital; Ping An Trust; SSG Capital Management; Standard Bank; and Sumitomo Mitsui Trust.
The event will held at the Harbour Grand Hotel in Hong Kong.
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