As Chinese pressure grows on its turbulent territory – both openly and behind the scenes – concerns are understandably rising among investment executives.
A mass dash out of equities and into cash has come as the IMF unveils bleak economic projections for what it says could be the worst downturn since the Great Depression.
As financial markets across the world struggle amid rising fears about a prolonged impact of the spreading coronavirus, we gained thoughts from investors on how best to respond.
The country's efforts to liberalise its fund management industry offer foreign asset houses opportunity, but there are several hurdles still in place to their onshore growth hopes.
The race between foreign asset managers to gain market share is being turbo-charged by the country’s efforts to liberalise its investment industry.
AsianInvestor's sister publication FinanceAsia gained a set of market reactions about the decision of China's authorities to end the limits on qualified foreign institutional investors.