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BAML launches China cross-border cash pool in Shanghai

BAML has open a China cash pool based on the Shanghai FT zone

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has launched an automated US dollar cross-border cash pooling services for corporations operating in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone. ZF TRW, a division of ZF Friedrichshafen, manufacturers of automobile safety systems, has implemented the working capital solution and is serving as the pilot client.

European stock markets plan Shanghai links

The London market could soon be directly linked to investors in Shanghai

Closer links between the Shanghai Stock Exchange and UK and European exchanges may be on the cards. The London and Shanghai exchanges are exploring a scheme to link their markets. At the same time, European exchange group Euronext announced a deal with the Shanghai Stock Exchange to promote its listed members to Chinese investors.

China opens up A-shares market as RMB gains traction

The RMB is the external currency of China

A landmark deal between China’s Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges is set to open up unrestricted access to the China A-shares market to foreign investors for the first time, starting this month. The deal also reflects the rising internationalisation of the Chinese renminbi currency worldwide.

China moves cautiously towards options market launch this year

Horizon Sylvain Thieullent

As China prepares to open an options market for the first time later this year, big changes are afoot in Asia’s biggest market. French trading technology specialist Horizon Software talks to Banking Technology about the kind of tools that will be needed to liberalise the Chinese economy.

Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges prepare to build major new link

China's Shanghai Stock Exchange will forge closer links with Hong Kong, bringing the mainland and the outside world closer together

China’s Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges are poised to build a major new link that will open up mainland China’s capital markets to foreign investors and vice versa.

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