ESG remains topical despite recent headwinds, according to speakers at a recent FSA event.
Matthews Asia keeps faith in corporate China
Despite tougher regulatory scrutiny, China’s private sector will continue to offer investment opportunities, says Matthews Asia.
China’s Noah reports 2017 net income up 20%
The NYSE-listed Chinese asset and wealth manager reported a strong 2017 and said that investible assets in China far outstrip the size of the mainland’s asset management industry.
CSRC: Approval process for HK equity funds resumes
China’s regulator has clarified its position on the halt of Hong Kong equity fund approvals and released some rules for firms intending to launch them.
China’s new AM rules no big shock for JVs, says BNPP
China’s proposed rules for asset management should have minimal impact on foreign asset managers, which tend to have a high-level of transparency and adequate risk-control measures in place, said Xingdong Chen, chief China economist at BNP Paribas (China).
China rolls out new rules for AM firms
Managers cannot offer investors a guaranteed rate of return, according to one prohibition in the draft guidelines for asset managers released by the People’s Bank of China.
China sets up fund industry courtroom
China’s first court specialised in judging cases involving the fund industry is aimed at tighter scrutiny of the financial industry.
China this week – Funds and Markets Analysis
A roundup of the week’s asset management industry news from mainland publications.
The lengthening road to fund approval
Layers of due diligence procedures now required by regulatory authorities are closing the gap between products available to private and retail clients, said Alfred Mak, head of investment products and advisory at the Bank of East Asia.