Bond ambition

Taiwan's chief fixed-income regulator wants to see swift development of the country's securitisation, Formosa bond and exchange-traded fund markets. Kathleen Kearney speaks to the Financial Supervisory Commission's Lee Shyan-yuan


Lee Shyan-yuan, commissioner in charge of fixed-income markets at Taiwan's Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) and part of the first team of dedicated regulators of financial markets, is only planning to serve one term of four years. "I just want to be a pioneer," Lee tells Asia Risk. The former professor of finance wants to open up new markets, but is content to let others supervise them once they have developed.

Before the Commission was set up in 2004, the financial markets and their

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