The easing measures could favor equities in Hong Kong and the US while insurers still see hurdles in offshore exposure.
Mainland investors are keen to buy more offshore assets, despite a strengthening renminbi, attractive onshore bond yields and fast-rebounding domestic growth, say industry experts.
With a quota increase of up to $10 billion for China's outbound QDII scheme in the offing, in which asset areas could mainland investors see value?
It has yet to pick its external managers, let alone fulfil its QDII quota, AsianInvestor’s Institutional Investment Forum China heard. 'Why?' is a question with broader ramifications.
Now that the quota limits of QFIIs are gone, should Chinese domestic investors expect their overseas investment restrictions to go away as well? Five specialists give their views.
The path to foreign control of domestic Chinese fund businesses isn't smooth, as those now applying for majority share licences are finding out. The US trade war isn't helping either.