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History in the making – China & Fixed Income Portfolio Management

China's WGBI moment
On 24th September, FTSE Russell announced the results of its annual market classification review. China is now scheduled to be included in the World Government Bond Index (WGBI) from October 2021.

ASI estimates the potential for 125-150bn$ of index-related inflows
We are witnessing history
With the index inclusions being almost complete, China RMB bonds are becoming an essential building block in global FI allocation. We are witnessing history as we speak as confirmed by the flows we are seeing in both the active and passive space.

Join us on the 9th December as we discuss what the implications are for stock selection and global portfolio construction.
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    Donald Amstad, Simon Fox
    China's WGBI moment
    On 24th September, FTSE Russell announced the results of its annual market classification review. China is now scheduled to be included in the World Government Bond Index (WGBI) from October 2021.

    ASI estimates the potential for 125-150bn$ of index-related inflows
    We are witnessing history
    With the index inclusions being almost complete, China RMB bonds are becoming an essential building block in global FI allocation. We are witnessing history as we speak as confirmed by the flows we are seeing in both the active and passive space.

    Join us on the 9th December as we discuss what the implications are for stock selection and global portfolio construction.
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