China plans to restrict investor access to the new trading scheme due to the risks involved in investing in depository receipts, a consultation paper shows.
The former Asia head of Merian Global Investors – formerly Old Mutual Global Investors – has just joined the Chinese asset manager.
Hong Kong's seeming indifference to environmental, social and governance principles could rapidly shift to heavy engagement, courtesy of China's rising interest in green finance.
Rules introduced to root out illegal fundraising and P2P ponzi schemes have already resulted in a reduction in the number of firms registered with the local regulator.
ICBC-Axa's CIO talked about the insurer's asset allocation plans and which overseas markets to avoid at AsianInvestor’s 5th China Global Investment Forum.
The path to foreign control of domestic Chinese fund businesses isn't smooth, as those now applying for majority share licences are finding out. The US trade war isn't helping either.
Down about 9% against the dollar since April but trading between Rmb6.80 and Rmb6.90 over the past two months, what next for the renminbi? We asked six experts for their views.
Emboldened by the success of its recent partial inclusion of Chinese A-shares in its closely tracked indices, MSCI is consulting investors on whether to increase those weightings.
UK asset managers are not seizing the opportunities in the world's fastest-growing funds market, frustrating those who have pushed for China to open its doors.
Senior institutional investors gathered in Beijing for a day of insightful discussions on the country's investing landscape.
China's government will need to improve the second and third pillars of its retirement industry if it is to keep up with the needs of its fast-aging population. Here are some ways to do so.
Delegates gathered in Beijing for exclusive insights on the world's second-largest economy.
Larry Wan, former CIO of AIA China, is positive about A-shares and wants Chinese insurers to use more external managers. Some are heeding his call.
The country is attempting to rapidly reform its pension system after failing to do enough for years. It needs to move quickly, to avoid growing poverty.
The Shanghai-based joint venture favours private equity funds in both onshore and overseas markets in its search for higher yields. But the investment comes with certain risks.
The asset management arm of China’s second-largest life insurer is focusing more on model-based investment for listed equities, as interest in such strategies looks to be growing.
Lindsay Wright's new role; Citi hires in ETFs, custody and fund services; Man Group names Korea head; Deutsche WM hires for South Asia business; Lombard Odier recruits MD in Singapore, and more.
China's third largest insurer has tapped the Hong Kong-based rival firm to appoint a group chief investment officer, which is understood to be a newly created role.
The Shanghai-London scheme expected to launch this year could help local Chinese investors turn their portfolios into more global ones with less regulatory and forex risk.
The chairwoman of the insurance business outlined the kinds of mandates the group could consider handing to external managers on the sidelines of a media briefing in Hong Kong.