10 April 2019

China's NPL and ABS Markets: A Guide to Foreign Investors and Financiers – Part I

As China’s economy undergoes significant transformations, Chinese companies – both private enterprises and state-owned enterprises – are experiencing rising debt levels.

As part of its efforts to address the non-performing loans (NPL) issue and maintain financial and economic stability in China, the Chinese government is encouraging foreign investors to participate in China’s growing NPL market through a number of channels. This presents business opportunities for foreign investors and their financiers.

Part I of the KWM Connect series provides foreign investors and financiers with insights on China’s NPL market, focusing on the legal and regulatory landscape and key cross-border issues to consider.

In Part II of this series, we will explore the regulatory landscape for China’s asset-backed securities (ABS) market, recent developments and the latest trends in ABS product offerings. Stay tuned for more details.

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