China’s Regulatory Stimulus, Impact on Real Estate Sector
Since the second week of November, the Chinese government has released a slew of new policies and initiatives aimed at expanding access to financing for privately held real estate developers. Policy highlights include the so-called Second Arrow program to provide up to RMB 250 billion total financing and 16 measures from the central bank and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission for supporting real estate companies. Asia’s high-yield market rallied following the unveiling of the policies, with China real estate bonds leading the rise.
Will the new policies end China’s real estate crisis? How much will they help lift the industry out of its recession? Could this be the turning point people were hoping for? And how long will the exuberance last? In this webinar, Reorg’s China editorial team will share their take on the situation.
- Katherine Shi, Reorg China Editor
- Anna Zhang, Reorg Senior Reporter
- Shasha Dai, Reorg Managing Editor, China (Moderator)
When: Tuesday, Dec. 13, 5 p.m. HKT / 9 a.m. GMT
Registration: To register for the webinar, click here.
The Asia Pacific Loan Market Association (APLMA) is a supporting organization for this webinar.