With more players in Chinese asset management market, investors can have more choices and the market is more diversified and international." A Beijing-based fund manager who declined to be named said China's more open financial market offers opportunities.
Beijing ... Asset Management. “The rapid growing debt level is mainly due to misallocation of capital to benefit the state-owned enterprises at the expense of the private sector.” In the opening speech of congress this week, President Xi Jinping said.
The influence [of the congress] on stock prices will be small in the short term," said Patrick Shum, investment management director at Tengard Fund Management, an asset management ... of the environment. The smog in Beijing can no longer be left as.
BEIJING, Dec. 11 (Xinhua) -- China Great Wall Asset Management Corporation, one of the country's four asset management companies set up to deal with the toxic assets of state-owned banks, became a joint-stock company Sunday. Great Wall Asset Management is.
BEIJING, Oct. 14 (Xinhua) -- China Great Wall Asset Management Corporation, one of the country's biggest distressed debt managers, said it is making a shortlist of strategic investors in preparation for an initial public offering (IPO). According to Meng.
BEIJING (Reuters ... according to Reuters calculations. "China's high debt burden is an area where reform is most urgently needed but progress has been the slowest," said Chi Lo, senior economist at BNP Paribas Asset Management. There are, however.
But some also criticised the programme, launched by Beijing last year ... restructuring or management changes that will improve the borrower’s profitability, says Chi Lo, senior greater China economist for BNP Paribas Asset Management.
In addition, in 2011, UBS Asset Management (China) Limited was established as WFOE in Beijing to provide investment management and advisory services for alternative investment. "With the continued liberalisation of China’s economy, domestic investors can.
A report in the New York Times last week and fresh research by scientists at Yale University suggested Delhi’s air was more harmful than Beijing’s ... Health Organization (WHO). China’s capital was shrouded in thick smog between 16-18 January.