Opportunities to manage Chinese insurance assets
PRC insurance companies are being encouraged to invest offshore in a number of countries, including Australia. This presents a potential source of capital for qualifying investment funds and others. There are also opportunities to manage direct investment. With the world’s fourth-largest pool of investment fund assets, Australia is well placed to manage some of these assets.
There are three types of qualifying funds, which are eligible to receive and manage the investments of PRC insurance companies. These are securities investment funds, equity investment funds and real-estate trusts that meet the prescribed criteria…
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