“East Asian Bond Markets in 2020 Progress, Prospects and Future Challenges”
by Mr. Ismail Dalla
Wednesday, August 6th, 2014, Time 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Room 1104, 11th floor, Mahitaladhibesra Building
Mr. Ismail Dalla is a capital market expert with extensive experience in financial markets including more than 25 years with the World Bank Group (World Bank and IFC). He was a faculty at the George Washington University School of Business during 2009-2010. He has written extensively on emerging capital markets, especially local currency bond markets.
Abstract: The presentation will be on the growth of bond markets in eight East Asian economies since the Asian financial crisis of 1977-98, and the progress made by the key policy markets in these economies in creating enabling environment and in addressing key impediments at the country and regional levels. The presentation will focus on the rising role of the East Asian bond markets in a global context, and on how these bond markets especially corporate bond markets are going to evolve over the next decade. Key factors inhibiting the future development of these markets and a policy agenda for the future will also be discussed.