Asian Ucits fund roll-outs remain on track, despite Europe's debt crisis, says Luxembourg law firm Arendt & Medernach.
Vice-premier Li Keqiang says Chinese firms in Hong Kong will share a Rmb20 billion quota, sparking a share rally. Chinese firms will also be allowed to buy into an ETF linked to Hong Kong stocks.
Taiwan’s financial institutions are keen to participate in offshore renminbi and other China-related opportunities, but are still figuring out what the opportunity really is.
Asset managers expect to invest in onshore RMB bonds to enhance yield, waiting for Beijing's nod on a mini-QFII scheme. China Southern Fund is getting ready by launching a RMB fund through its Hong Kong arm.
Following her recent move from New York to join the Chinese asset manager, Lindsay Wright has plans that include alternative investment acquisitions and mini-QFII business.