The head of wealth management products at Beijing-based CreditEase discusses portfolio recommendations for 2018 and how the company builds relationships with clients.
With $15 billion under management, the Chinese group's wealth management arm employs a rigorous screening process to pick managers, with a focus on alternative investments.
The 2017 China Asset Owners Insight report, the third such report from our research arm, offers a comprehensive look into the investment activity of the nation's asset owners.
China is quadrupling the quota limits on its Stock Connect programmes to minimise the potential for mishaps once MSCI begins to include A-shares in its indices in June.
AsianInvestor begins a look at the most important hiring and staffing themes of the year so far with a frenzy of recruitment by fund houses as China opens up.
ETF Connect, expected later this year, will allow Chinese and international investors to trade ETFs via Hong Kong. We asked four experts about the likely impact of the programme.
The Bloomberg Barclays bond index is slated to begin adding Chinese government and policy bank bonds from April 2019 as foreign interest in Chinese bonds grows
China's largest life insurer by investable assets seeks to close duration gap by increasing its exposure to alternative forms of debt, but analysts have liquidity concerns about such assets.
We are identifying 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension funds forward. Today, we feature leaders from China's NCSSF and Malaysia's EPF.
The insurer plans to narrow the duration gap in its investment portfolio this year, but limited long-term debt availability could fail to satisfy life insurance firms' demand in China.
Xi Jinping is set to keep tightening his grip on power and get rid of political enemies. Foreign investors should be wary of the new political risks this will create in the country.
The country’s trial rules on pension products should encourage Hong Kong managers to reconsider opportunities to sell funds through the mutual recognition scheme.
A new economic team and a far-reaching regulatory revamp kick off Xi Jinping's second term in office. They suggest market reforms remain on the agenda.
China is merging its banking and insurance watchdogs to help close regulatory loopholes, but potential problems remain while the securities watchdog remains separate, experts say.
Analysts believe China's insurance regulator's scoring of how well insurers manage their assets and liabilities could prove costly for some, but should improve the industry's health.
China kept its 6.5% GDP growth target and stressed quality over speedy growth. The move could curb investment returns in the short term, but better ensure long-term stability.
Insurance executives say they need to raise communications between product and investment divisions and need deeper bond markets to manage their financial risks.
For our last Year of the Dog 2018 outlook, we asked which stock market in Asia looked like the best bet in terms of performance over the coming year. See below to see which stood out.
Anbang’s fall should serve as a serious warning for other Chinese insurers looking to take advantage of insurance sales to help fund asset acquisitions.
Scrapping the two term limit for China's president will usher in more political stability, say foreign investors. But there are long term risks they need to be aware of.