Some China bullishness is beginning to re-emerge from the shadows as hopes for a trade breakthrough build. But buyers beware.
Sino-US trade tensions and rising defaults won't scare off foreign investment in the onshore China bond market just yet − not with index inclusion looming and more tax incentives.
With technology transfer at the heart of the trade dispute between the US and China, Asian observers give their views on what the Xi-Trump meeting will ultimately mean for China.
China's insurance firms are having to adapt quickly as their domestic watchdog pushes for large-scale reforms on several fronts.
Chinese corporate defaults have risen sharply this year. We asked three experts whether this poses a systemic risk to markets and how it is impacting investor sentiment.
The German group will set up the first wholly foreign-owned insurance firm in China in an earlier-than-expected move, as Beijing accelerates the opening of its financial sector.
The NCSSF's Lou Jiwei said China’s pension system has to be subsidised by fiscal reserves every year and is currently on an unsustainable path.
Invesco’s Chinese fund management joint venture has hired Kevin Chen, a 19-year alumnus of Axa Investment Managers, as deputy general manager.
The asset management subsidiaries of Chinese insurers will likely issue more alternative investment plans after a dive in such products so far this year.
Chinese stock market indices have taken a beating so far in 2018, losing nearly 30%. We asked four experts when investors should start looking at Chinese equities again.
The Chinese wealth and asset manager's group president believes wealthy Chinese investors should look at ETFs as a way to diversify their portfolios globally.
China is seeking to regulate the investment activities of charitable groups at a time when the country's philanthropic assets are growing rapidly.
For all the excitement caused by the MSCI index inclusion of China A-shares, it is the benchmark addition of Chinese bonds that could be a bigger game changer, said experts.
With its eyes on the long-term prize, the Singaporean sovereign wealth fund continues to sharpen its investment interest in Chinese assets.
With the ink barely dry on a new Beijing directive to boost the development of local infrastructure, China's central bank is keen to remind investors of the risks involved.
Chinese regulators are proposing to ease restrictions on insurers’ private equity investments in a bid to shore up the real economy, but some analysts warn about the increased risks.
Greater standardisation and credit differentiation are seen as key if Asia is to develop an effective corporate bond market.
In a keynote speech, Li Keping, a director of the Chinese state pension fund, reflected on the long-term investment challenges facing the country and the need for reform.
The Dutch fund house has poached an institutional sales executive from BlackRock to lead its mainland business.
The tie-up is seen as a cost-effective strategy for Merian Global Investors to tap China and could help Ping An Asset Management attract overseas clients. But both face challenges.