Everbright Securities plots to become derivatives force in China

Showcasing structures

James Yang 2

Domestic securities companies in China can increasingly rely on their own know-how when conducting derivatives structuring and proprietary trading,
particularly when based on Chinese equities. The development of the Chinese securities markets, notably the launch of China’s first stock index futures, based on the CSI 300 index, has enabled local market participants to develop their risk management and structuring capabilities to such an extent that they are breaking the previous stronghold on the

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