Funds & Fund Managers
Alpha Female: Asia paves progressive path for female PMs
Citywire research indicates the markets boasting greater female representation among fund managers.
Social media and investing: a risky combination
Analysts debate how instantly available information online would affect investors’ daily trading.
Hong Kong’s pitch to list tech stocks raises governance fears
Proposed stock market welcomed as a way to diversify portfolios, but dual-shareholding structure weakens investors’ voting rights, analysts warn.
Risk control tops the agenda for Chinese securities regulator
New CSRC chairman puts stability centre stage, in contrast with innovation-focused predecessor
Weibo revolution: how social media can move Chinese stock prices
Social media’s ability to spread information from privileged insiders to the general public poses new challenges for investors in the country’s equity markets.
Investing in China’s AI boom
A state-backed plan to build the domestic artificial intelligence industry could create opportunities for investors.
ChiNext struggles despite Asian tech boom
China’s Nasdaq equivalent slumped this week, as tighter regulation and corporate governance worries weigh on sentiment.
China’s market regulator battles rats and zombies
Front-running and defunct company shares are in the CSRC’s sights as it bids to improve market discipline.
Tencent subsidiary’s waiver request raises governance red flag
Standfirst: China Literature asked the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to waive rules on the disclosure of executive shareholdings.
Booming Indonesia targets stock market development
Joko Widodo wants Indonesian companies to list at home, but significant barriers remain.