The country's efforts to liberalise its fund management industry offer foreign asset houses opportunity, but there are several hurdles still in place to their onshore growth hopes.
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.
The race between foreign asset managers to gain market share is being turbo-charged by the country’s efforts to liberalise its investment industry.
The masks ban using colonial-era legislation further damages Hong Kong's democratic credentials. With no end to the turmoil in sight, the city's financial status continues to weaken.
Nine foreign fund firms are included in this year's preferential scheme, but is it discouraging product innovation and hurting investor interests?
It has yet to pick its external managers, let alone fulfil its QDII quota, AsianInvestor’s Institutional Investment Forum China heard. 'Why?' is a question with broader ramifications.