Fighting Currency Outflows, China Proposes Further Opening its Securities Markets to Fund Managers and Foreign Investors

March 24, 2016

Faced with redemptions and currency outflows from the country, Chinese regulators have taken welcome steps to make it easier for fund managers and other institutional investors to invest in China. Fund managers, in particular, stand to benefit from two recent proposals. The first proposal would ease the process of obtaining a QFII license, while the second proposal would give a broad range of institutional investors access to China’s inter-bank fixed income market.

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