Around 20 UK-based fund managers attended an online conference organised by the city of London and the Beijing Local Financial Supervision.
In total, seven foreign firms have applied to participate in the QDLP programme that was recently launched in the capital, including Amundi and Bridgewater Associates.
Other alternative asset managers have also established their presence in China.
Global asset and wealth managers put Beijing and Hong Kong among the top cities expected to provide growth opportunities, according to a PwC survey.
The XIE Shares FTSE Chimerica ETF (Chimerica) was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange today and tracks the FTSE China N Shares All Cap Capped Net Tax Index. Apart from the new ETF, the firm has plans to launch three additional ETFs during 2015, Tobias Bland, chief executive at EIP told Fund Selector Asia. “There are […]