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China, today

Until recently China’s role in the global economy was confined to it being the world’s largest trading nation. China is now stirring and expanding its role beyond trade to include finance and investment.

Domenico (Mimi) Ferrini,Co-Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chief Investment Officer

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Understanding China

There is little doubt that China is a major and growing influence on global capital markets. As we have seen over the last few years, even if you are not currently considering allocating to Chinese onshore assets, your portfolio will still be affected by decisions made in Beijing, no matter where you are invested. Given current global uncertainties, we believe understanding China’s economic, political and regulatory reform agenda is ever more important to investors, which is why we have created a suite of materials to help you do exactly that.

Institutional

Institutional

We examine the evolution of China’s capital markets and its potential impact on global markets. Read more to understand the investment opportunity that we believe China offers.

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