Tag: RQFII

China's Financial Reforms May Be Among The First To Be Implemented

China's Financial Reforms May Be Among The First To Be Implemented

November 20, 2013

The author is Nomura economist Zhiwei Zhang According to the Chinese media, Chinese central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan highlighted the following financial reforms in an article on the Guidance Book for the Third Plenum.

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Mirae Asset HK Granted RQFII License

By Staff Writer | November 15, 2013

Emerging market asset manager Mirae Asset Global Investments (Hong Kong) says it has been granted a Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) license by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

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Deutsche Bank Launches China A Shares ETF

By Staff Writer | November 8, 2013

Deutsche Bank AG says it has launched db X-trackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares Fund, an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that offers a direct investment opportunity for Chinese stocks.

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China-Singapore Deal Pushes RMB Internationalisation To A New High

October 23, 2013

The author is ANZ (The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group) Research Singapore and China agreed on new initiatives to strengthen financial cooperation and regulation. Specifically, Singapore will be granted an RQFII (RMB Qualified Institutional Investor) quota of RMB50 billion.

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Proper Sequencing Of Financial Reforms Is Key

September 2, 2013

The author is UBS global economics research team Since the global financial crisis, China has actively promoted greater use of the RMB in international trade and investment. With RMB internationalization as an informal long term policy objective, China has moved to develop the offshore RMB market and relaxed controls on interest rates, non-bank financing and […]

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CSRC Accelerates RQFII Qualification Approval

By Staff Writer | July 26, 2013

HSBC Global Asset Management says it has been granted RQFII status by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). RQFII refers to RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors, a program that allows qualified foreign institutions to invest offshore RMB back into Mainland China’s capital market.

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China's Largest Asset Managers Can Compete Internationally in Five Years

December 12, 2012

The author is Cerulli Associates, a research firm specializing in the financial services industry. Cerulli Associates projects that the Chinese mutual fund industry's assets under management will grow at a four-year compound annual growth rate of 13.3% to RMB3.9 trillion (US$614.1 billion) by 2016, partly based on the fact that Chinese investors, being entrenched in […]

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Hubert Tse: All You Need To Know About China's QFLP Investment Program

Hubert Tse: All You Need To Know About China's QFLP Investment Program

By Staff Writer | October 29, 2012

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Hubert Tse, senior partner at Shanghai-based law firm Boss & Young, answers ten questions about the QFLP (Qualified Foreign Limited Partner) program: from what QFLP allows foreign investors do, the pros and cons of becoming a QFLP, to what the future of QFLP program holds. Listen to […]

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Fredrik Öqvist: Tudou's Valuation Could Go Lower; Potential Revenue Downturn For Baidu.com

Fredrik Öqvist: Tudou's Valuation Could Go Lower; Potential Revenue Downturn For Baidu.com

By Staff Writer | August 19, 2011

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Fredrik Oqvist discusses: – Tudou.com is finally listed on NASDAQ: Shares down 9% during its first day of trading, will it go lower? – China’s national television station CCTV's mysterious attack on search engine giant Baidu.com: Is Baidu's revenue model at risk? – Both QDII and QFII […]

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