China: open for business
The year of the earth pig marks another turning point in the China story with some significant game changers enabling greater integration of the onshore markets into the global financial system. At the same time, we are also witnessing unprecedented levels of “opening-up”, through liberalisation or deregulation, in other parts of the economy as China seeks to sustain growth and find a balance between stability and reforms.
Join us as we seek to understand and analyse the changing landscape in the world’s second largest economy and identify new and exciting investment opportunities along the way.
How consumption and innovation are transforming China
Our China capabilities are recognised by the industry:
Best RMB Manager* Asia Asset Management Best of the Best Awards 2019 (Asia) HSBC Global Asset Management
*Issued by Asia Asset Management, 2019 award. Best RMB Manager award was based on demonstrated ability to deliver service, performance, and innovative solution with its RMB offerings globally in 2018.
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