PBoC moves to standardize, centralize bond lending

China’s interbank bond market has grown exponentially over the past few years and is now the world’s second largest, fueled by the country’s huge appetite for debt and the opening up of the market to foreign investors and financial institutions. Yet regulation has failed to keep up or to respond to the growing demands from investors for more hedging tools and a more structured and formal system for bond lending and borrowing.

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