Investors' interest in the mutual market access scheme is muted, but the Chinese securities regulator is already mulling a new connect programme with Singapore.
Taiwan’s insurers have ploughed assets into the fixed-income products despite increasing risk charges and stricter investment rules. Cathay Life has been one of the most aggressive.
The nation’s regulator aims to develop and expand the local ETF market further but has its work cut out to solve the problems constraining asset owner involvement.
For this Year of the Pig reflection, we look back at our forecast of whether China's ETF Connect was likely to open during 2019.
Speaking at FundForum Asia yesterday, Hong Kong Housing Society’s head of treasury revealed the organisation’s plan to dial back its long-standing active strategy.
Fund managers face pressure for greater transparency on active ETF portfolios amid concerns about conflicts of interest with the system of internal market making