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Chinese hedge fund managers can benefit from international investors

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Chinese hedge fund managers can benefit from exposure to international investors, particularly in terms of understanding what institutional investors expect in areas such as risk management, governance and investor disclosure, according to a seminar sponsored by the Hedge Fund Standards Board (HFSB) and the Shanghai Lujiazui Financial City Development Authority. The Hedge Fund Standards provided a blueprint for firms to adopt in all of these areas.

Misha Graboi, Chief Executive Officer, PAAMCO Asia, commented, "Global institutional investors apply the same due diligence approach, regardless of where they invest. Chinese managers seeking to attract offshore capital should treat due diligence meetings with global investors as an opportunity to benchmark their practices against global practices, and they should use the Hedge Fund Standards as a template to strengthen their operational approach."

The meeting, which was held in Shanghai, brought together 60 representatives from investors and managers (China-based and global) to discuss the state of the Chinese hedge fund industry.

The discussion focused on the status of the hedge fund industry in China, the domestic investor structure and how international firms can do business in China. A panel of international institutional investors outlined global due diligence expectations and minimum standards local managers need to meet in order to attract international capital.

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