James Klempster of Liontrust and Andrew Mattock of Matthews Asia explain what investors should expect from Chinese equities this year.
Policy support will be critical to help the country transition towards its ambitions of ‘new economy’ driven growth, according to some asset managers.
Victoria Mio was previously with Robeco for 14 years, where she served as chief investment officer for China and co-head of Asia Pacific equities.
Morningstar data shows that 15 funds available for distribution in Hong Kong and Singapore were exposed to China’s troubled property sector at the start of the year.
Mike Gush and Roddy Snell will relinquish their roles on Baillie Gifford’s China specific funds as part of the reshuffle.
Investors beat a constant retreat from beleaguered China stocks as they await reassurance from Beijing.
The measures include increasing the scope of eligible products and increasing quotas.
Chinese assets are susceptible to a sharp rebound on the back of any positive news flow, according to the bank’s investment strategist.
Jim Zhang has also been named general manager of BlackRock CCB Wealth Management.
There is a silver lining to the country’s property market slump, says BNP Paribas’s chief China economist Jacqueline Rong.
The asset manager also finds opportunities in Southeast Asia.
Sidney Wang joined its private banking team late last month.
Wei Li, multi-asset quant solutions portfolio manager at BNP Paribas AM, explains why we should look beyond beta when examining China.