BIS warns of risks related to dollar-denominated corporate debt in EMs

Claudio Borio

A growing share of dollar-denominated corporate bonds issued in emerging markets is being bought up by Western asset managers, bracing local companies for a "major impact" if herding behaviour causes a sudden sell-off, Bank for International Settlements (BIS) head of research Hyun Shin has warned.

The issuance of debt securities by non-financial corporations has soared after the financial crisis as capital markets are increasingly replacing banks as financial intermediaries around the world – a

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