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The Renminbi Center

Tracking the most authoritative commentators on the internationalisation of the Chinese Yuan

Peter G. Zhang
Categories: Transaction Banking
Keywords: Rmb
From its current position as the 20th most internationalised currency in the world, China’s Rmb will play an increased role in the international community and trade finance.
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Hong Kong plays an important role in the Rmb’s adoption Process
Date: Jun 22, 2011
Author: Peter G. Zhang
Categories: Transaction Banking
Keywords: Rmb||Hong Kong
Hong Kong has many financial institutions, experienced professionals and a well-developed market mechanism to help other financial centres transition to the Rmb.
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Interview Transcript: "We need to keep investing in technology and people driving technology"
Date: Jul 12, 2016
Author: The Banking Conversation
Categories: Exchanges, FX market, Interview Transcript, Markets & Exchanges, Remittance
Keywords: FERG||Al-Fardan Exchange||GCC||FATCA||SWIFT||KYC||MSB||RMB||compliance||channels||foreign Exchanges||remittances||regulation||risk Management||de-risking||payments||technology||fraud||cyberattacks||channels||innovation
Osama Al Rahma, chief executive officer of Al Fardan Exchange and chairman of UAE’s Foreign Exchange and Remittance Group, discusses the challenges being faced by the foreign exchange and remittance industry, including the threat of de-risking, and how they are investing in technology to cope in a challenging environment.
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Interview Transcript: “HKTDC is going to be that super connector between the investors of the world”
Date: Feb 19, 2016
Author: The Banking Conversation
Categories: China, Interview Transcript, The Banking Conversation
Keywords: HKTDC||One Belt One Road||China||Hong Kong||RMB||AIIB||TPP
Vincent Lo, chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, says as China transforms, restructures, and rebalances its economy, slowing down has become a necessity. Its Belt and Road is a golden opportunity for Hong Kong to be an investment, financing, and professional services centre for companies wanting to invest in the initiative.
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Hong Kong as an offshore RMB clearing hub
Date: Jan 13, 2016
Author: Christopher Balding
Categories: China, Markets & Exchanges, Payments, Rmb
Keywords: China||Hong Kong||RMB||IMF||SDR||payments
Hong Kong will maintain its strategic role in bridging China with the rest of the world, even if more RMB payments are settled elsewhere. With its preeminence in clearing, settlement, and product diversity, Hong Kong can lead in fintech and should capitalise on higher-value products, particularly those that manage risk.

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