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London Stock Exchange welcomes first Chinese sovereign RMB bond issued outside of China

On 8 June, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) welcomed Mr SHI Yaobin, Vice Minister of the Chinese Ministry of Finance and Harriett Baldwin MP, Economic Secretary to the UK Treasury to open trading celebrating the listing of the first Chinese sovereign RMB bond to be issued outside of China.

They were joined by Stuart Gulliver, Group CEO, HSBC and Gao Yingxin, Chairman of Bank of China UK, whose organisations helped bring the bond issuance to London.

 

High-growth potential of EU SMEs shines through in London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Europe’ report

On 15 June, company CEOs featured in the report were welcomed at the European Parliament by Commissioner Lord Hill, Xavier Rolet, CEO, London Stock Exchange Group, Othmar Karas MEP, Kay Swinburne MEP, Paul Tang MEP and Ramon Tremosa MEP at a special launch event which celebrated the spirit of small and mid sized companies’ ambition and entrepreneurialism.

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