Asset managers point to changes they would like to see under the China-Hong Kong mutual recognition scheme to make it a more cost-effective business proposition.
As Hong Kong's Mandatory Provident Scheme Authority releases its 15-year performance review ahead of reforms due this year, the city's funds industry still sees issues to be tackled.
The number of international fund managers using the Shanghai-Hong Kong trading link has risen significantly in the past year, despite the turmoil in Chinese equity markets.
Industry welcomes long-awaited launch date and raises prospect of expansion, but ponders who’s best placed to benefit and whether compromises are being made.
Regulator sets out beneficial ownership situation for Stock Connect's foreign investors, months after the trading link went live. The move could pave the way for the launch of Shenzhen Connect.
A rebound in global and regional equity funds has seen Hong Kong record positive inflows, although bond and balanced vehicles have suffered. A bright future is forecast for RMB product.