In case you missed it (8 June 2018)
Macquarie IM names new Asia head, Schroders poaches Capital Group’s Asia marketing head; Evestment reveals most viewed funds in May; MAS wants “plain English” in sales forms; Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi enter fintech agreement, as did Singapore and India; and more…
Is seeding funds a way to improve China distribution?
China should allow foreign firms to seed their own onshore funds via QFII quota, giving potential mainland clients the confidence to invest, said Eugenie Shen, head of the asset management group at industry association Asifma.
Foreign investor concerns brought to China regulators
Recommendations on issues such as repatriating profits and hedging tools were handed to China by the Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA).
Survey: int’l investors eye high quality onshore bonds
Half of global investors already have some allocation to China onshore bonds, and another 33% are considering doing so in the coming 12 months, according to results from an Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) survey.