A man walks in the financial district of Pudong on a hazy day in Shanghai. Asset managers are not taking full advantage of the Chinese market, a study showed. Photo: Reuters, Carlos Barria A man walks in the financial district of Pudong on a hazy day in Shanghai. Asset managers are not taking full advantage of the Chinese market, a study showed. Photo: Reuters, Carlos Barria
A man walks in the financial district of Pudong on a hazy day in Shanghai. Asset managers are not taking full advantage of the Chinese market, a study showed. Photo: Reuters, Carlos Barria

Foreign fund managers not taking full advantage of China, survey shows

Poll by Shanghai-based consulting firm Z-Ben Advisors scrutinised over 100 companies, including J.P. Morgan, UBS and Goldman Sachs.

A man walks in the financial district of Pudong on a hazy day in Shanghai. Asset managers are not taking full advantage of the Chinese market, a study showed. Photo: Reuters, Carlos Barria A man walks in the financial district of Pudong on a hazy day in Shanghai. Asset managers are not taking full advantage of the Chinese market, a study showed. Photo: Reuters, Carlos Barria
A man walks in the financial district of Pudong on a hazy day in Shanghai. Asset managers are not taking full advantage of the Chinese market, a study showed. Photo: Reuters, Carlos Barria
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