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The City of London has written and contributed to a number of reports in relation to our priority areas in China.

Building an Investment and Financing System for the Belt and Road Initiative - How London and other global financial centres can support (October 2018)

This report is jointly produced by the City of London and the People's Bank of China. The report examines the building of a fit-for-purpose Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) investment and financing system, considering in detail the status quo, characteristics, future development, and system and mechanism guarantee of an investment and financing system.

Building an Investment and Financing System for the Belt and Road Intiative (2MB)

London RMB Business Quarterly (April 2019)

This report was co-authored by the City of London and the People's Bank of China Representative Office for Europe. The document covers the latest trends on RMB market in London. Members from the City of London RMB Market Monitoring Group also contributed to this report.

The London RMB Business Quarterly Report Issue 3 (1MB)
The London RMB Business Quarterly Report Issue 2 (804KB)
The London RMB Business Quarterly Report Issue 1 (1.25MB)

Greening the Belt and Road (2017)

This report was co-authored by the City of London and Renmin University in China. The document is part of a larger interim report published by a taskforce set up by the Green Finance Committee (GFC) of China Society for Finance and Banking and Green Finance Initiative (GFI) of City of London.

Greening the Belt and Road seeks to explore how to bring sustainability to the Initiative, utilising the UK and China’s significant experience and leadership in the field of green finance. A key recommendation of the report was the creation of a Green Belt and Road Investor Alliance, which held its inaugural meeting on November 1 2017.

For more information see the Green Finance Initiative website

RMB Internationalisation: The Start of a Long and Winding Road (December 2018)

This report was jointly produced by the City of London and Aberdeen Standard Investments. The report examines the challenges facing the Chinese authorities’ attempts to elevate the role of the RMB in trade and other international transactions, arguing that further reform will be necessary for the currency to become as central to the global system as its economy.

RMB Internationalisation - The Start of A Long and Winding Road (370KB)


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