Rani Jarkas – RMB Internationalization Efforts Deliver Real Advances

The largest trading nation in the world looks forward to reduce transaction cost in international trade, which is, for the most part, settled in US dollars at the moment. Renminbi has joined the ranks as one of the most-widely used currencies in international markets.

CNBC reports that the renminbi is positioned as the largest trade-finance currency in the world after the US dollar. The Chinese currency is expected to outperform the Japanese yen as the world’s 4th-most used global currency.

Rani Jarkas believes that the data released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) showed that in 2014 the renminbi had calculated for 2.96 percent of worldwide trades, along with total direct investments which were valued at US$ 1.05 trillion.

In addition, $94 billion of official assets were already held in renminbi at the end of 2014, estimating for 1.1 percent of international foreign exchange reserves.

The IMF last year agreed to incorporate renminbi into its Special Drawing Rights (SDR) currency basket, as a clear representation of the Chinese reforms. Last week, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) declared that it will include renminbi investments as part of its official foreign reserves from June.

Rani Jarkas, an investment pioneer with several years of financial experience in Asia and Cedrus Investments’ Chairman, commented, “As China plays an increasingly important role on the international stage, RMB is becoming truly global and this is set to continue.”

Rani Jarkas [Cedrus Investments]: Renewable & clean energy outlook

May 2017 – Rani Jarkas Chairman of Cedrus Investments tells The Capital Network’s Director Lelde Smits at Mines and Money Asia, the current trends in renewable energy investments, the unique features of clean energy investments in China, his outlook for investing into renewable energy across the Asia Pacific and which countries are leading the pack.

Full Video > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9SSBIrt45c&t=2s

Cedrus Investments’ Chairman Mr. Rani Jarkas Invited to Speak at the 121 Mining Investment Hong Kong Conference

Rani Jarkas: The Chairman of Cedrus Investments (“Cedrus”), Mr. Rani Jarkas, is invited to speak at the 121 Mining Investment Hong Kong 2017Spring Edition conference to be held on 29th – 30th March 2017 in Hong Kong.

About Cedrus Investments, Cedrus Investments is a global boutique investment firm that offers expertise in private wealth management, asset management and financial advisory services to a clientele of leading institutional investors, corporations, family offices and high net worth individuals around the world.

Rani Jarkas: China’s outbound M&As surge in both volume and value

Rani Jarkas: In the first half of 2016, the volume of cross-border mergers and acquisitions led by Chinese buyers reached $149.2 billion, exceeding the total volume in 2015. The amount accounted for 23 percent of the total volume of global cross-border M&A, up from 6 percent in the same period last year, according to Tian Guoli, chairman of Bank of China on at the Bank of ChinaBloomberg Global M&A Summit.

Smooth financing channels in capital markets and fast-growing financial investors are the main reasons for the significant increase in 2016.

Mature markets such as Europe and North America continued to be the main destinations for Chinese buyers of sophisticated technology, advanced management experience and well-known brands. Asia was also popular among investors because of the Belt and Road Initiative.

Also, for the first time, privately-owned enterprises surpassed state-owned enterprises in transaction value, accounting for half of the total over the first three quarters of 2016.

Rani Jarkas, Chairman of Cedrus Investments, a boutique investment firm with years of experience in Greater China region, said “The expansion from trade finance to acquisition finance will provide a strategic opportunity for development of the Chinese financial sector. It has accelerated the transformation of China’s financial industry.”

王雷(Rani Jarkas):中国对外并购在质和量上均发展迅速

Rani Jarkas: 中国银行董事长田国立中国银行彭博全球并购峰会上表示,2016年上半年,由中国买家主导的跨境并购达到了1492亿美元,超过了2015年全年总量,占到全球总量的23%,比去年同期增长了6个百分点。

资本市场更为便捷的融资渠道和快速增长的金融投资者数量是2016年显著发展的主要原因。

类似欧洲北美这样的成熟市场仍然是中国买家获取成熟技术、先进管理经验和知名品牌的热门地区。由于“一带一路”倡议,亚洲也深受投资者欢迎。

同时,私营企业首次在交易金额上超过国有企业,占到2016前三季度总量的一半。

精品投资公司赛德思投资董事长王雷在大中华区拥有多年经验,他表示:“从贸易金融向收购金融的扩张将为中国金融领域的发展提供战略机遇,加速中国金融产业的转型。”

王雷(Rani Jarkas):人民币国际化改善全球货币体系

去年11月30日,随着国际货币基金组织宣布人民币获准加入特别提款权货币篮子中国正在推进的全球化努力又取得了新的里程碑。国际货币基金组织新上任的副总裁张涛评价道,人民币的加入不仅帮助中国自身的金融改革,并且对国际金融体系也起到了至关重要的作用。

赛德思投资董事长王雷(Rani Jarkas)在亚洲有多年的金融投资经验。他表示:“根据我们最新的预测,人民币国际化重大进程即将迎来开端。人民币将和其他货币一较高下,最终成为主要货币,并对全球货币体系产生深远的影响。”

全球银行间金融电信协会(SWIFT)数据显示目前人民币已成为第二大贸易融资货币,以及第四或第五大贸易支付货币。人民币占到全球贸易总量的8%和全球贸易支付总量的近2%。

国际清算银行统计显示人民币在全球外汇交易所占的份额在过去三年内翻了一番,从2%上涨到4%。并且其占全球储备货币的份额也提升至1%以上。

Rani Jarkas: Yuan’s Internationalization, Betterment of Global Monetary System

Rani Jarkas On November 30, China reached a new milestone in its ongoing internationalization efforts when it was announced by the IMF that the RMB was approved to join Special Drawing Rights basket. The inclusion of the Chinese currency will not only help China‘s financial reforms but the evolution of the international financial system, according to Zhang Tao, the new Deputy Managing Director of the IMF.

Rani Jarkas, Chairman of Cedrus Investments, an investment pioneer with years of financial experience in Asia, said, “As expected with our recent forecast, this is the start of major internationalization of the RMBYuan will compete strongly with all other currencies to eventually become a major currency and contribute greatly to the global monetary system.”

Data from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications show the yuan is the second-largest trade financing currency, and the fourth- or fifth-largest trade payment currency. And the yuan‘s proportion in global trade is 8%, and in global trade payment nearly 2%.

Statistics from the Bank for International Settlements show the yuan‘s share in global foreign exchange trade has doubled in three years, from 2% to 4%. And its share as a global reserve currency is slightly more than 1%.