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Structured products revival in Asia

October 20, 2011

The fight for market share in the Asian High Net Worth Individual (HNWI) segment is fierce, as private banks and wealth management arms of major banks from Europe and the US position themselves for future growth.

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Is Hong Kong and China's ECM dominance here to stay?

October 3, 2011

Hong Kong has been the world's biggest initial public offering market for the past two years. Is this a sign of a structural shift in the equity markets, in which companies' capital-raising strategy must include a Hong Kong/China element? And just how much are world leaders London and New York losing out to their Asian rivals?

Investors savour dim sum market

February 16, 2011

China is using the Hong Kong-based 'dim sum' market to develop its offshore renminbi bond sector and push the local currency onto the international stage. There is a huge pool of liquidity keen to invest and although it must face the typical hurdles of any nascent market, the signs are good


Hong Kong benefits from China's dynamism

August 30, 2010

As mainland China continues to develop its capital markets, Hong Kong is well placed to pick up new cross-border trade and help facilitate the internationalisation of the renminbi.

Property magnate and babe magnet

November 3, 2003

Hong Kong property tycoon Vincent Lo talks to Karina Robinson about his strategy for doing business with mainland China.

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