Reforms for China’s capital markets and pensions are set to lay the foundation for significant growth in the next decade. In the domestic mutual fund market, current assets of RMB 13.61 trillion are projected to top RMB 47 trillion by 2025, according to some industry estimates, cementing China’s position as the world’s second largest fund market.
Meanwhile, pension reform is gathering pace in China; with the recent introduction of tax incentives to promote and enhance retirement savings, the scope for growth is considerable. The development of the so-called third pillar of retirement savings is attracting interest from pension providers to complement the enterprise annuity schemes and occupation pensions, both of which are projected to have assets of more than RMB 1 trillion by 2020.
Asia Asset Management’s 14th Annual China Roundtable will address these issues and opportunities ahead alongside of global investments for domestic institutions as they embark on their diversification.
Topics to be covered include the design of pension products, enhancing retirement savings, asset allocation, use of emerging new technologies, fund-of funds, and new investment strategies and approaches.
|Date:||24 May 2019|
|Time:||Whole Day Event|