Private equity firms in Greater China are exploiting the valuation differentials between China and markets such as the US, as well as between private and public markets.
The asset-management industry is beset by challenges; we have come up with five we consider the most crucial. First up: the question of systemically important institutions.
The chairman of the $1.4 trillion Capital Group Companies has died of a heart attack.
The US asset manager is looking at servicing retirement needs in Asia by building a regional retail investment business, Capital Group chairman Jim Rothenberg tells AsianInvestor.
AZ Fund Management says it will launch an equity fund and a pure fixed income fund, while Asia Capital Reinsurance and Taishin Securities Investment Trust have also received QFII licences.
There is fear about a mooted 10% tax being applied retrospectively to gains made by QFII investors trading A-shares. Regulators are tipped to unveil answers in the next six months.