REGENT Fund Management is introducing its no-load Pacific Basin Growth Fund to investors in Britain and other parts of Europe. The move comes on the heels of a 77 per cent growth in the fund's performance in the 12-month period ending on October 4. INDEPENDENT financial advisers Towry Law plc, which has offices in England and Hong Kong, is seeking a listing on the London Stock Exchange in November through a placing by James Capel and Co Limited. OFFSHORE advisers Morgan and Morgan is opening an office in Hong Kong. A joint effort with Aall and Zyleman Co Ltd, the Hong Kong office will offer a range of services relating to company formation and management in tax-haven jurisdictions in which the group has offices. These include Panama, the British Virgin Islands, The Bahamas and Belize. CROSBY Securities is bullish on the Hong Kong market in the long term after the surge of American investment. ''The Americans may be caught out badly in the short term,'' the securities group said, ''but in the long term they must surely be right''. SMITH New Court Hong Kong maintains that companies' potential PE growth remains linked to China's reform programme. ''The longer the latter continues, the more difficult it is to reverse and the greater is Hong Kong's advantage,'' it said in its October report. But Smith New Court analysts warn against any claim from the mainland that China is on course for a gentle slowdown. ''China lacks not only reliable statistics by which to interpret the past, but also the financial systems to chart the future,'' they said.