The People's Bank of China has taken another step towards liberalising its capital markets, in a move it says will help meet demand for mainland fixed income assets.
The world’s largest asset manager has won a licence and quota for Shanghai's alternatives investment programme. The move comes as China's rival cross-border schemes aggressively grow their business.
AsianInvestor hosted the 4th Art of Asset Management Forum on May 19 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Hong Kong. Here we present a gallery of photos.
Foreign managers with a joint venture in China are likely to leverage the partnerships to their advantage under mutual recognition. But analysts say the quality of the cross-border relationships will be tested.
China's regulators want to see more use of Stock Connect before they will be willing to grant Hong Kong additional RQFII quota, a senior market watcher tells an AsianInvestor forum.