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.
The fund house has hired a former Robeco executive as general manager for its new wholly foreign-owned enterprise in Shanghai and will apply for a private fund management licence.
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.