- FTZ, MRF, QDIE, QDII, QDLP, QFII, RQFII
The Future of Global Asset Management
More investment funds will move in and out of China throughout 2016 than in the previous six years combined. China’s closed capital account has become increasingly porous through a series of quota-driven (and heavily-acronymous) programs introduced by the Chinese government. Z-Ben Advisors believes these programs will continue to expand rapidly and remain a central fixture of mainland capital markets. By 2020 many of these programs may still be in place in one form or another, however, China’s account will effectively be open.
Global inbound investment access to China’s capital markets will stand at USD2tr by 2020 (this figure currently stands at less than USD170bn).
Chinese investors will have over USD1tr in outbound investment optionality at their disposal by 2020 (a near ten-fold increase from current levels).
We believe the development of bilateral programs such as Mutual Recognition of Funds and the Stock Connect are the final testing grounds for open Chinese capital markets by 2020.
This report sizes, and more importantly identifies, opportunities across all facets of China’s cross-border financial markets. This programmatic breakdown gives investors the tools to navigate the space effectively and place themselves in the best position as China opens its domestic market on the road to 2020. Whether it is money going in, out or in both directions – this is the map you need for China.
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