The national security law will tarnish the territory's financial credentials, but financial firms keen to expand in China are expected to maintain their presence in Hong Kong.
Executives at Australia’s Future Fund are bracing for tough times ahead, despite registering a stronger than average performance in the first six months of June after increasing its...
Allianz Real Estate opens Shanghai and Tokyo offices and adds China acquisitions exec; Goldman to slow wealth hiring, plans staff return to offices; MSCI names Apac head of real estate coverage; Taiwan FSC names new chairman; HK SFC bans ex-fund manager; First State names infra head, shuffles senior execs.
Yet another investor survey states that sustainable investing continues to gain momentum. More enlightening, though, are some of the other findings.
As Chinese pressure grows on its turbulent territory – both openly and behind the scenes – concerns are understandably rising among investment executives.
New research draws a plausible conclusion given the recent turmoil in Hong Kong, albeit from a very partial source. But some industry professionals do not see big capital outflows just yet.