Foreign asset managers are busy debuting onshore China products through their local units but hedge funds are in no rush to do so, thanks to high hurdles and low demand, say experts.
Appetite is growing for investments in the mainland shared office sector following WeWork's bold expansion in the country, amid rising demand for Asian real estate assets.
The biggest Chinese insurer by assets sees Hong Kong's new listing regime as beneficial as the firm looks to build its private equity exposure to the healthcare sector.
The asset management arm of Chinese insurer Ping An has been hiring heavy investment hitters in Hong Kong to strengthen its international capabilities, and is now adding sales staff.
We asked four market specialists on what further market access measures they expect from China as the MSCI gears up to include A-shares in its EM indices on June 1.
The firm may follow Allianz and FWD in setting up a new insurance unit after Beijing's recent relaxation of ownership rules, as asset and wealth managers seek majority local ownership.
Despite the introduction of Bond Connect last year, Beijing still has hurdles to clear if it is to attract more meaningful international flows to its debt market.
The Chinese and Indian equity markets could be heading in opposite directions as the former becomes more accessible to foreign investors and the latter less so.
The Asian chief executive of UK-based insurer Prudential is pushing to expand in China, both on the asset management and insurance sides of the business.
As index provider MSCI announces the first Chinese stocks to be included in its emerging-market benchmarks, fund executives discuss which investors are driving A-share allocations.
Beijing's new tax-deferral scheme for certain pension products will boost revenues for life insurers but also create longevity and reinvestment risks and affect allocations, say experts.
China's new QDII quotas were stingy to lifers and banks, especially, but they could yet benefit more in future now a gradual relaxation of some capital controls appears to have resumed.
By allowing private funds in asset management products and banning implicit guarantees, China's newly unified regulations are likely to be welcomed by WFOEs.
The city's exchange operator will accept applications from pre-revenue biotech companies and issuers with dual-class shares from next Monday, despite lingering concerns.
Tianhong Asset Management’s huge, Alipay-linked money market fund helped drive China's sizzling AUM increase, though regulatory pressures may stifle 2018 growth.
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.