Supplements»China Report Nov 2021

Nick_FitzpatrickThe right approach to investing in China involves considering whether investors should make a separate allocation to the country. In our Inside View, a Mercer consultant argues that investors are missing out if they don’t.

Shanghai_Nanpu_bridgeSearches for China equity funds dropped in Q2 but activity has since picked up, writes camradata’s Mithursha Kesavan.

China_roundtable_Nov_2021China’s capital markets have experienced considerable change. Equities in certain sectors have come under regulatory pressure, while China bonds are gaining greater index acceptance. All this coincides with China setting ambitious carbon-neutral targets for itself. Our panel explores the opportunities.

ShanghaiSimon Coxeter, growth markets director of strategic research at Mercer, says investors without a dedicated China equity allocation are missing out.

John_Cook_and_Greg_PayneAn aversion to hype and commitment to value continue to drive performance at a pioneering environmental thematic manager.

China_technologyFund managers have had to react to regulatory measures aimed at sectors such as tech, gaming and tutoring. David Whitehouse reports.

Chinese_ParliamentInvestors with the right strategic approach can benefit from the breadth of high-quality Chinese bonds. BlackRock and FTSE Russell analyse some of the key considerations.

Regulation

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