Chair of the Chinese Asset Management Association, Ding Chen, denies it is lobbying against RQFII’s extension to Singapore and London, but one member reveals reservations.
The time and cost of listing a Ucits product in Dublin may make it a more attractive funds domicile than Luxembourg for Asian managers, particularly Chinese.
How workers migrating from farm to factory will perpetuate China''s economic model, and challenge its pension reforms.
Instead of liquidating a bad asset, Cinda goes into business with foreign partner First State.
UG Investments plans to spearhead the opening of China''s closed end funds, replicating its experience in Taiwan.
While foreign firms like Invesco seek QFII licences, some local fund mangers find QFII accounts lucrative.