Bank of China (BoC)

Dodd-Frank will hit Asian banks onshore in the US

Dodd-Frank will require some foreign banks to set up intermediate holding companies for their US operations and also subject them to enhanced liquidity, supervision and stress testing. How will Asian banks be affected given the flow of US dollars from…

Onshore forex options debut in China

Foreign exchange options debuted in mainland China today with a number of deals taking place. China now has an onshore market for forex forwards, forex options, forex swaps and cross-currency swap, offering market participants more hedging tools as the…

Bank of China warrants list in Singapore

Three investment banks launched a total of five call warrants on shares of the Bank of China (BOC) in Singapore today, the same day the shares started trading in Hong Kong. The BOC initial public offering (IPO) was the world’s largest in six years, with …

PBOC gives OTC foreign exchange trading go-ahead

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has opened up the country's spot FX market to over-the-counter trades, and authorised the China Foreign Exchange Trading System (CFETS) to determine the daily central parity rate for the RMB against foreign currencies.

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