The new product, based on the new FTSE China A-H 50 Index, provides exposure to the cheapest stocks of big mainland companies, whether they are listed in China or Hong Kong.
The long/short equity manager’s new head of business development, Brenda Tse, spoke to AsianInvestor about her strategy.
As Korean managers line up for a renminbi licence, NH-CA Asset Management will use its recently-awarded RQFII quota to establish an onshore A-share equity fund.
The private securities manager has partnered Swiss firm Gottex to launch an A-share fund in Europe. It is also mulling entry into China's mutual fund industry, possibly by acquisition.
It plans to introduce only the city’s second actively managed A-share product in the next two weeks despite challenges for value-investing in momentum-driven mainland stocks.
As China opens its capital account, the country's foreign investor quota system is being seen as declining in importance. In a two-part series, AsianInvestor examines how prime brokers are responding.
Pre-trade checks and stock transfer restrictions are cited as particular problems for long-only managers who will look to trade A-shares via the Hong Kong-Shanghai stocks link.
After receiving $150 million in QFII quota in May, the US fund house is seeking retail money for its $710 million JP Morgan China Pioneer A-Share Fund.
China’s CSRC grants approval to four fund houses as they seek to launch physically backed A-share ETFs in Hong Kong under the second batch of RQFII quotas.
KDB, KITC and Tong Yang are launching funds with China exposure for South Korean investors.
JP Morgan's Jing Ulrich believes that Chinese authorities will be prepared to put a floor under stock prices in the event of another correction.
After its fund launch was nine times oversubscribed, China International Fund Management struggles to comply with its quota.