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  • ADB and Regional Development in Asia

    One of the highest-profile international guests at the KangaNews DCM Summit was Pierre van Peteghem, treasurer at Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Manila. In conversation with Richard Mazzochi, partner at King & Wood Mallesons in Hong Kong, van Peteghem shared insights into...
  • Global perspectives on banking-sector regulation

    The majority of the heavy lifting spun out of the radical reshaping of the banking sector following the financial crisis may have played out, but conditions continue to shift. The KangaNews Debt Capital Markets Summit brought a pair of international bank funders together to share...
  • Low rates and risk

    In his first-ever speech to delegates at the KangaNews Debt Capital Markets Summit, Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) assistant governor – financial markets, Christopher Kent, shared insights into how a low-rates world is affecting fixed-income markets, including whether the...
  • Next move

    A prolonged period of arguably the best global capital-market conditions for a decade appears to be coming to an end as volatility returned early in 2018. Speakers at the KangaNews Debt Capital Markets Summit debated where markets, economies and societies are now – and the future direction.
  • The QE unwind in action

    Many market participants believe quantitative tapering (QT) in Europe is edging closer. The KangaNews Debt Capital Markets Summit gathered a panel of experts to discuss impacts for global markets – though the consensus is that the pace of the reversal is likely to be slow and...
  • View from the summit

    The group of leading market economists gathered at the KangaNews DCM Summit discussed what appears to be an increasing range of risk possibilities for global economies. US protectionism, trade wars, and the future direction of rates and bond yields were on the agenda.
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