It’s not the size of the assets under management onshore that impresses Chinese investors, the survey found. Photo: AFP

Chinese investors value strong parent, branding above all when it comes to foreign asset managers, Broadridge survey finds

  • When it comes to foreign asset managers, Chinese retail investors today are not so bothered about the size of the assets they manage onshore, according to financial services firm Broadridge
  • Exchange-traded and mutual funds seen driving growth of China’s asset management sector to US$9.4 trillion by 2023
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It’s not the size of the assets under management onshore that impresses Chinese investors, the survey found. Photo: AFP
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