The insurance giant's investment chief believes a $19 trillion funding gap in China’s energy transition could be covered by policy support, technology, innovation and reduced coal consumption.
The Chinese life insurer's investment chief is positive about the long-term stock performance of Chinese state-owned enterprises under a 'valuation system with Chinese characteristics'.
The investment chief of the Chinese life insurance giant shares how he understands China's policy-driven market by reading between the lines from public remarks made by policymakers.
Experts believe the newly developed disclosure guidelines, though not mandatory, can serve as a reference for companies to carry out self and third-party ESG evaluations as China currently lacks a legal framework for ESG disclosure.
China’s new regulation on insurance companies’ financial product investments could add pressure to industry in the short term, while plugging loopholes and bringing out hidden risk factors.