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Surviving the winter of Chinese private equity
Following the initial boom of liberalisation, new restrictions are having a severe cooling effect on the nascent international Chinese private equity real estate (PERE) market – fund managers that are in it for the long-haul will need to up their game during this period of tightening, writes Jimmy Leong, Managing Director in Asia, at Augentius.
To get innovation right, we must get regulation right
In his speech during the release of MAS Annual Report 2017/18, Ravi Menon, managing director, Monetary Authority of Singapore, gave an update on the progress of the country’s financial industry transformation map.
China’s financial liberalisation: Fact or fiction?
Finally, after many false starts and empty declarations, China seems to be powering ahead with its financial liberalisation and lowering the barriers of entry for foreign companies in the financial sector. Has the threat of a trade war with the US pushed the Chinese into finally getting serious about opening up or is this just more posturing?
The Web is under threat
Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and opening keynote speaker at The Future of Finance Summit 2018 from 23rd to 25th May in China, believes that the Web’s survival as a free and inclusive platform is being threatened by tech companies and businesses whose interest are misaligned with online users.