The 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.
Investors may now consider how they approach China’s ESG theme. China is a pioneer when it comes to developing climate solutions - but most of this investment is in secondary markets.
As our roundtable discussion hears, this is vastly different to making investments in the primary market in order to reap returns – and effect change – by, for example, lending directly to a renewable energy company to increase its solar capacity.
Also in this report, we look at the recent regulatory clampdown on certain sectors, including tech and education.
Nick Fitzpatrick, Group Editor, Funds Europe
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