The country is approving a wider range of asset management products as eligible pension products as it wants more people to invest for their retirement.
A link between China and London's stock markets has long been in the offing. But due to a series of challenges it may never get off the ground, reports sister publication FinanceAsia.
More Chinese insurers are expanding their teams for private equity investments as interest in the asset class grows. They are still likely to have to rely on external managers though.
The ratcheting of US-China trade tensions could lead to a possible devaluation in the renminbi, which would damage the case for holding Chinese assets.
Eight investment specialists share their takes on how investors caught in the crossfire of the ongoing trade war can best protect their assets in China.
The Canadian institution's asset management arm has hired a senior executive to help develop its investment management business in the "must-win battlefield" of China.
The extension of a tax-deferred pension insurance scheme in some Chinese provinces, together with new target funds for third pillar pensions, could bolster its pension market.
Some real estate specialists warn investors that they should examine every opportunity carefully before putting their money into the co-working and co-living sectors in China.
The director of the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund would like to collaborate more with China Investment Corporation and other peers in Asia, reflecting a wider trend.
The overseas investment arm of China's second-largest life insurer aims to rapidly expand international investing and its third-party business, the group's co-CIO told AsianInvestor.
After 16 years at Fidelity International, the fund house’s lead China fixed income manager will move to US rival Invesco, according to a well placed industry source.
Institutional investors in the US and China had better hope that rumblings from politicians around Donald Trump targeting investments in Chinese companies don't become a reality.
Investors are weighing up the risks from a China-US dispute with no end in sight. Market experts say some countries and industries could potentially stand to benefit.
The US fund giant has hired the former China head of institutions of rival Janus Henderson as it works to build up its mainland business.
What happens in Korea will likely show how much Beijing wants to create a sustainable business or send a clear message about penalising companies for poor capital controls.
Investors should prepare their investment portfolios as soon as possible for the possibility of a full-blown and lingering trade war between the US and China.
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The cash-rich gambling hub is going to set up its sovereign wealth fund this year in order to lift investment returns and invest into the Greater Bay Area.
The German insurer has committed $600 million to manager GLP to launch a strategic partnership in the two countries, as it targets a higher level of investment into the region.
A rules change to let Chinese insurers invest in banks' perpetual bonds should help them improve returns and meet liabilities, but at the cost of greater investment risk, say analysts.