China

By Joe Marsh | 1 day 4 hours ago
Amid 18 months of poor performance, China-focused strategies have suffered heavy outflows and will likely continue to see low demand this year, says eVestment's head of research.
By Toby Yiu | 13 January 2017
Shanghai has drafted eagerly awaited changes to its qualified domestic limited partnership scheme. Foreign asset managers are also hoping for clarity on Chinese mutual fund ...
By Richard Morrow | 13 January 2017
Big Chinese insurers such as Anbang and Ping An are making strides into property. Korea's Poba is doing the same, and fund managers hope more smaller asset owners will follow suit.
By Richard Morrow | 12 January 2017
Asian institutions look set to continue their love affair with overseas property, but the coming year may test their resolve in light of lofty valuations and growing uncertainty.
By Richard Newell | 11 January 2017
China's E Fund and US asset manager State Street Global Advisors have signed a partnership on product development. But how will it really benefit each of them?
By Toby Yiu | 10 January 2017
With Sino-US tensions mounting over Donald Trump's plans for trade protectionism, among other things, mainland institutions are seen to be eyeing foreign assets outside America.
By Alison Tudor-Ackroyd | 9 January 2017
Axiom, a private equity fund-of-funds firm, explains why it is putting more of its new $1 billion fund to work in markets such as South Korea and Thailand than ever before.
By Toby Yiu | 4 January 2017
The fund house is the first foreign firm to win approval to manufacture private funds for onshore institutional and high-net-worth clients. And further licences are in the ...
By Alison Tudor-Ackroyd | 22 December 2016
A veteran China hand shares his often hair-raising insights on building a business in the Middle Kingdom.
By Richard Morrow | 16 December 2016
The asset manager is awaiting its fourth wholly foreign-owned enterprise licence, which will allow it to run Chinese private funds for both local and offshore investors.
By Christina Wang | 16 December 2016
The private equity arm of the mainland group targets $500 million for the first close of a strategy that will largely invest in Asia and Europe. It ultimately hopes to raise $5 ...
By Toby Yiu | 14 December 2016
The mainland insurance watchdog is introducing new restrictions on insurers' equity investments, after the securities regulator slammed heavily leveraged takeovers.
By Toby Yiu , Christina Wang | 14 December 2016
Sandra Lu, partner of law firm Llinks, expects the first batch of wholly foreign-owned entities to register for private fund businesses in the next month or two.
By Joe Marsh | 9 December 2016
Market experts point to premier Narendra Modi's reform progress, and the country's swift growth and thriving private sector, among other factors. They are rather less keen on ...
By Christina Wang | 8 December 2016
In the second of two articles on Alibaba's mobile-based fund platform, Ant Fortune president Huang Hao outlines how it picks and recommends products.
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