The Dutch pension asset manager's Asia Pacific head of real estate says his team has just had one of its busiest years ever and that 2021 is looking similarly promising.
SociTtT GTnTrale holds a roughly 14% market share of the global warrants market and has been one of the largest warrants issuers in Hong Kong.
GF Securities is one of the pioneers of the PRC securities industry. For example, when the split share-structure reform scheme was implemented last year, GF Securities designed a company warrants and a call and put warrants for China Yangtze Power and Wuhan Iron and Steel Group respectively; they were well received by the market.
Both SociTtT GTnTrale and GF Securities are optimistic this collaboration will be a successful win-win relationship in the future. As SociTtT GTnTrale says in its announcement, "Through this cooperation, GF Securities can benefit from SociTtT GTnTrale's global capabilities, product innovation and risk management expertise. The relationship with GF Securities will add to SociTtT GTnTraleÆs ability to comprehend the rapid growth in the China derivatives market."
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