1721 briefings from 411 companies
The DWS Global Financial Institute has partnered with Prof. Barry Eichengreen to produce its latest white paper; “Is the Age of Dollar Dominance Coming to an End?”, an exploration of numerous scenarios for the future of the US dollar as the international and reserve currency.
Published:22 January 2013
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the benefits that an active and diversified currency strategy can bring when added to a multi-asset-class portfolio. The advantages that a diversified approach can offer compared with that of the most widely used currency investment strategies will also be
Published:19 June 2012
Business Area:Portfolio Management
Lombard Odier has been bearish on Chinese equities for the past 2 years, judging that embedded risk premia were far too thin to offset the underlying structural risks. Chinese equities are now starting to look cheap, given stable economic indicators and equity return data.
Published:01 May 2012
China is currently one of the key growth engines for the worldwide economy, fuelling global expansion via higher output and trading relationships with other nations. This detailed guide aims to demystify the basic laws and rules on how to establish and operate a business vehicle in China.
Company:King & Wood Mallesons
Published:02 March 2012
The Chinese economy continues to grow and modernise, and the Government recognises that existing systems and structures are no longer suitable for the state of development. In this briefing, Wragge & Co outline the changes being made to ensure the current regime meets demand.
Company:Wragge & Co
Published:03 February 2012
This briefing provides an overview of recent key developments in Chinese RMB funds, including highlights of the Tianjin QFLP regulations issued in October in light of similar QFLP regulations in Shanghai and Beijing; and the universal filing requirements introduced in a circular issued in November.
Company:Allen & Overy
Published:17 January 2012
China has launched a pilot program which allows Chinese yuan raised by Hong Kong subsidiaries of Chinese domestic fund management companies to be invested in China's domestic securities markets. Bingham McCutchen outline the program's expected effect and RQFII qualification requirements.
Published:21 December 2011
China is viewed as a key area for the future growth of the asset management industry. This briefing provides an overview of the key features of major types of asset managers in China and key regulatory issues required to establish an asset management business in the China.
Published:01 December 2011
With the rapid growth of its economy, China is becoming more anxious to invest abroad. The Chinese Yuan has continuously appreciated and is on its inevitable track to internationalisation. This newsletter presents legislation and recent developments in relation to Chinese overseas investment.
Published:10 November 2011
Under new rules, RMB foreign direct investments into China by using offshore RMB funds now have a clear legal basis on which to proceed. This opens another channel for offshore RMB funds to flow back into the China market as capital items. This update outlines the new measures' significant points.
Published:18 October 2011