Beijing is keen to end the chaotic situation in Hong Kong and could fast-track efforts to de-emphasise its importance. But does it have a ready replacement? We ask seven experts.
While some Chinese asset owners are able to invest in overseas assets, it’s not all smooth sailing in a rough sea of market ups-and-downs.
Investment into Hong Kong's real estate plunged in the year to June 30, finds new research. And the prevailing political turmoil there may not bode well for future inflows.
Beijing's increasing sensitivity around protests in Hong Kong is bringing the compromise international companies and investors take to invest in the nation to the fore.
Speaking at FundForum Asia yesterday, Hong Kong Housing Society’s head of treasury revealed the organisation’s plan to dial back its long-standing active strategy.
The move is part of an asset owner partnership strategy to help Poba increase its direct investments, and it offers the pension fund a good strategic overlap.