Shenzhen was China's third city to host a wholly foreign-owned investment management company, following Shanghai and Tianjin. It could appeal to smaller or tech-savvy asset managers.
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The CEO of BEA Union Investment discusses where progress is being made and where further liberalisation is likely in respect of the Hong Kong-China cross-border fund scheme.
The Hong Kong asset manager points to a rebound in interest in high-yield bonds, but is avoiding renminbi issues amid uncertainty over the currency.
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Fund managers in Hong Kong discuss what’s at stake as they dive into the brave new world of marketing products across the border.
Having rebuilt its team following a string of departures over the past two years, the firm is now looking for talent to bolster its operations as it sets out to launch a string of new products.
Is the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect a success? Our expert guests discuss the key issues still facing investors, brokers and banks on both sides of the border.
Henry Wong joins Elke Schoeppl-Jost, his former boss at BEA Union Investment, at Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, which aims to expand its Asian bond fund range.
BEA Union Investment Management's CIO has left after six years with the Hong Kong-based firm. Meanwhile, it has hired a portfolio manager and senior sales executive.
Lam will remain with the asset-management firm for a few months. His replacement is understood to be Eleanor Wan, who will be joining the firm in mid-July.
Following the hire of Ray Chan from Allianz Global Investors, the asset manager will further strengthen its client-servicing team and aggressively target Greater China.
The consultancy announces senior new hires to its investment consulting practice in Hong Kong and the region as Scott Lothian departs to join a new asset management JV.