China’s Asset Managers See More Interest from Foreign Investors

There’s an opportunity for Chinese asset managers looking to attract foreign investors, but transparency remains an issue.

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As foreign institutions’ interest in Chinese assets continues to grow, market intelligence and institutional databases are seeing more searches by non-APAC firms looking to get a better grasp of mainland China-based asset managers. 

John Molesphini, head of global insights at eVestment, a subsidiary of Nasdaq, says global institutional investors are looking for returns at acceptable levels of risk regardless of where asset managers are based. This is, in part, what’s driving the growing

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