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  1. Americans get taste for dim sum bonds thanks to spate of US-listed ETFs

    Posted Nov 07th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Yuan Dim Sum Bond Portfolio ETF. Three weeks later, Van Eck launched its Market Vectors Renminbi Bond ETF. All three ETFs include bonds denominated in yuan, whether they are issued by mainland ... 'Certainly, the renminbi will be one of those currency blocs, and China has taken significant steps to internationalise the renminbi over the past two years. As this trend continues, investors should ...

  2. Letting foreign investors in is a gradual process

    Posted Apr 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... May Chan may.chan@scmp.com Before 2002 and the introduction of Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (QFII), foreign investors were effectively barred from the mainland's capital markets. Now QFII- and its yuan, or renminbi-denominated, counterpart, the Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (RQFII)- are the only official ways for overseas investors to channel ...

  3. Investment sector faces challenges

    Posted Apr 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... leader for transaction advisory services and venture capital advisory group, Ernst & Young. 'We're seeing the development of renminbi funds, which is driving the development ... director of Capvest Asia, is watching carefully. He says that the huge sums of money being invested into renminbi funds are driving China's PE market, and it is coming from banks, local ...

  4. Short-term challenges and long-term rewards

    Posted Sep 30th 2008, 12:00am by Kate Watson

    ... respondents in the report flagged two potential adverse impacts to the confidence in private equity interests: first, the value of the renminbi against the US dollar. Since July 2008, the appreciation of the renminbi against the US dollar had stopped. From the standpoint of private equity firms that are collecting investor money in US dollars and looking for assets that are renminbi ...

  5. Getting to grips with RQFII

    Posted Mar 12th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Jasper Moiseiwitsch jasper.moiseiwitsch@scmp.com Renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor (RQFII) is a mouthful. Clearly the name comes from a policymaker and not a marketing person. Indeed, the scheme arrived courtesy of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, the mainland's main markets regulator. The plan allows offshore asset managers to enter the mainland ...

  6. 'China factor' boosts funds industry by 18.6pc

    Posted Jul 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... centre and an offshore renminbi centre,' said Alexa Lam, the SFC's acting chief executive. Insurance companies reported a 48.6 per cent increase in their assets under management ...

  7. Institutional investors want in on the act

    Posted Apr 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... May Chan may.chan@scmp.com Big institutional investors are hoping the 50 billion yuan (HK$61.6 billion) increase in the renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor scheme will open a door for them to invest more in mainland shares and bonds. The China Securities Regulatory Commission said this month it would increase the amount that qualified foreign investors could invest ...

  8. Ping An aims to build brand through banking expansion

    Posted Aug 22nd 2005, 12:00am by Enoch Yiu

    ... Enoch Yiu Ping An Insurance (Group) plans to further expand its banking business and seek new investment in infrastructure projects in the second half of this year after reporting a 47.3 per cent growth in first-half net profit to 2.25 billion yuan. 'We have various initiatives to expand our banking business. This will include applying for a full-scope renminbi operating ...

  9. Think long and hard before buying into new yuan fund

    Posted Jul 11th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Tom Holland Marketing kicked off this week for the first yuan-denominated equity fund to be listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. As the first product to be launched under the renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor, or RQFII, scheme, which allows Hong Kong holders of the yuan to invest in the mainland's equity markets, the new fund is sure to generate a lot ...

  10. Let's get physical

    Posted Apr 30th 2012, 12:00am

    ... will be an improvement in the way people invest in mainland shares, and will likely be cheaper. But first let's explain. Thanks to liberalisation brought by the renminbi qualified foreign institutional ... their investment. RQFII Stands for renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor. Mainland regulators in December announced the plan, which lets foreign investors buy mainland stocks and bonds, ...




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