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January news round-up: Asia Pacific hedge fund news this month

Thursday, February 07, 2013

ASSET RAISING

Asian families are cutting their exposure to hedge funds - Source.

Mixed asset funds drew 'healthy investor interest' over 2012.

Asian hedge fund managers are bullish about their prospects over 2013 Source.

Asian managers believe profitability lies with pension fund investors Source.

CHINA

APS expands into China.

Qualified foreign investor numbers reached a new high over 2012.

Opalesque reported that the Maltese authorities reminded their institutional investors that there is a formal arrangement in place enabling them to offer funds to China.

HONG KONG

Hong Kong's market regulator Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has announced a plan to introduce a common Mainland-Hong Kong recognition of funds as a new frontier in the evolution of renminbi (RMB) investment products and the development of asset management business in the region. Source.

Onshore Chinese funds are looking to set up in Hong Kong Source.

INSURANCE

Asian hedge funds lack insurance, report says: Source.

PERFORMANCE

Smaller Asian hedge funds performed better last year Source.

SINGAPORE

Compliance consultant, ComplianceAsia, warned of approaching MAS deadline. Source.

 
This article was published in Opalesque's Asia Pacific Intelligence our monthly research update on alternative investments in the Asia-Pacific region.
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