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  • ​Guotai Junan Securities holds online forum on global asset management

    Guotai Junan Securities Co., Ltd., a leading Chinese securities firm, held an online forum on global asset management last Friday

    December07,2021


  • Shanghai to build Lujiazui into world-class financial city

    The eastern Chinese metropolis of Shanghai plans to build its Lujiazui area into a first-class global financial city by 2025, according to a newly released blueprint.

    August16,2021


  • China's insurance AMCs, PE fund managers register products worth nearly 650 bln yuan

    The value of products registered by China's insurance asset management companies (AMCs) and private equity (PE) fund managers in the first 10 months of 2020 totaled 648.72 billion yuan (about 98.61 billion U.S. dollars), up 47.15 percent year on year, official data showed.

    November23,2020


  • Securities firms see AM biz rebound after 2-yr contraction

    Securities brokers in China saw finally their asset management (AM) business rally after contracting for more than two years by March, reported sector portal Securities Times Wednesday.

    June17,2020


  • BlackRock and Neuberger Berman to land in China

    Asset managers are pleased that China is going on to pave the way to the opening of its financial markets. After the opening to Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, yesterday the conditions regarding the opening to mutual funds were created also for BlackRock and Neuberger Berman.

    April03,2020


  • Foreign AM giants rush to apply for establishing public fund firms in China

    Upon removal of foreign ownership limits since April 1, foreign asset management (AM) giants such as BlackRock, Inc. and Neuberger Berman have filed applications for setting up wholly-owned publicly-offered fund management firms in China, reported Securities Times Thursday.

    April03,2020


  • Shanghai issues guidebook for overseas asset management institutions

    Shanghai, the frontrunner in China's financial opening-up, has issued a guidebook for overseas asset management institutions in both Chinese and English to attract more financial institutions to the city.

    April02,2020


  • China approves new national asset management company

    Chinese regulator has greenlighted a new national asset management company (AMC), the first approval since 1999 when the country set up four AMCs to deal with distressed assets of state-owned banks.

    March18,2020


  • Global asset management firm Okatree Capital sets up subsidiary in Beijing

    Oaktree Capital Management, a global asset management firm focused on alternative markets, has established a wholly-owned subsidiary in Beijing, according to the municipal finance regulator.

    February19,2020


  • China unveils new financial opening-up measures

    China has announced a slew of new measures to further open up its financial markets, according to the office of financial stability and development committee under the State Council, the cabinet.

    July21,2019


  • China sees expanding tech-driven asset management market: report

    The size of China's intelligent asset management market driven by new technologies is expected to hit 737 billion yuan (about 107 billion U.S. dollars) by 2022, a market research report has said.

    July15,2019


  • 10 global asset management companies to expand business in China

    Ten global asset management companies have signed memorandums of cooperation with Shanghai's Lujiazui Financial City on Tuesday, to expand their business in China, according to local authorities.

    May09,2019


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