This paper is part of a series that explores how the investment opportunity set of institutional investors might evolve in the years and decades to come – the asset classes of tomorrow.
The research looks to identify and answer eight key questions around Chinese capital markets.
The eight questions covered:
- The opening-up of China – what exactly does it mean?
- Why does China want to open up?
- What does index inclusion mean for investors?
- Is investing in China now as unrestricted as investing in developed markets?
- How committed is China to the opening-up process? Might China re-close the door?
- Why do western investors want to own Chinese onshore assets?
- What are the risks and challenges?
- So, what is the final verdict? Do opportunities outweigh risks and challenges?