Eurizon SLJ Capital’s Jen on the potential of the Chinese bond market at Milan Forum
Stephen Jen, CEO and co-CIO at Eurizon SLJ Capital will talk about the liberalisation of the RMB Bond Market at Investment Europe Milan Forum taking place on the 20 of November at the Four Seasons Hotel.
“The proactive liberalisation of the Chinese RMB bond markets is arguably the biggest change in global finance since the introduction of the euro. The RMB bonds, to become soon the second largest bond markets in the world, have the potential of offering the world a second benchmark yield curve to complement the US treasuries,” the firm says.
Jen was MD of Macroeconomics and Currencies at Bluegold Capital from May 2009 to March 2011, in charge of managing the Fund’s currency risks as well as its macro strategies.Previously he was an MD at Morgan Stanley and, from October 1996 to April 2009, held various roles, including the Global Head of Currency Research.
Prior to his time working at Morgan Stanley, he had spent four years as an economist with the IMF, covering economies in Eastern Europe and Asia.