M&G taps Value Partners for £500m Chinese equities mandate

Increasing client demand for assets in the region

Pedro Gonçalves
M&G increases access to Chinese equity investment opportunities

M&G increases access to Chinese equity investment opportunities

Value Partners has been handed a £500m Chinese equity mandate from M&G to increase its access to investment opportunities in Chinese companies.

Local stock-picker Value Partners will manage a mandate in excess of £500m - a portion of M&G's overall £2bn-plus exposure to Chinese equities - focusing on a mix of actively managed onshore and offshore Chinese equities, using the MSCI China All Shares Index. Value Partners was established in 1993 and became the first asset management firm to be listed on the Main Board on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong and has offices in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and London. UBS AM launches onshore China bond ETF The Asia Pacific...

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