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  • Financing

    With growing liquidity in the offshore market and with the onshore market opening up, renminbi debt capital markets provide financial institutions new avenues to diversify funding.

    Financial institutions can fund in offshore and onshore renminbi with HSBC.

    Diversify with Dim Sum

    We are an active underwriter and lead manager in the offshore Dim Sum market, and have a leading position in placing bonds among investors active in this market. HSBC was ranked first in the league table of lead managers by Bloomberg as of Q1 2016.

    Total Dim Sum issues have risen dramatically since the market opened in 2010 with gross issuances reaching RMB520 billion by the end of 2014. In 2016 HSBC Global Research forecasts issuance of RMB260-300 billion as issuers look to move to the onshore market to take advantage of possibly cheaper financing rates.

    Offshore channels

    Financial institutions looking for other offshore channels to fund can work with HSBC to raise bilateral and syndicated term loans; certificates of deposits; notes; and funds. Following the launch of the Hong Kong renminbi repo market in June 2012, HSBC bank can also help financial institutions borrow renminbi against a variety of collateral offshore such as government securities, equities and gold.

    Funding onshore and panda market

    As a registered bank on the Chinese mainland, HSBC offers financial institutions funding onshore with access to loans and arrangement of intercompany domestic loans. Although rates are converging, funds raised onshore are generally more expensive than offshore. As the onshore market opens up, we expect to see more opportunities for financial institutions*.

    *All financing is subject to a detailed credit assessment and approval.

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