Saxo opens digital pathway to Chinese bond market

A mutual bond access program from 2017 allows investors in mainland China and overseas to trade in each other's bond markets.

Fan Xu joined Saxo Bank as CEO of Greater China earlier in 2019. He holds a PhD in Atmospheric Sciences from Columbia University | Photo: PR

Saxo Bank broadens its access to Chinese securities by opening a digital pathway for institutional clients to trade mainland China bonds.

The connectivity is enabled via the Hong Kong-based Bond Connect mechanism. Bond Connect is a mutual bond access program launched in 2017 that allows overseas and mainland China investors to trade in each other's bond markets.

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