Many pension funds, endowments, foundations and other institutional investors have hesitated about making direct investments in China due to a variety of reasons. However, as projections suggest that China may soon emerge as the world’s biggest national economy, many asset owners and investment consultants have begun to reassess the optimal level of China exposure in their portfolios and how to best achieve this objective.
Download this report to learn about the role China plays in institutional portfolios. Findings include:
- Globally, almost half of asset owners are not yet satisfied with their China investment plans
- Almost 20% plan to increase or significantly increase their dedicated allocation to China’s equity markets in the next 3-5 years
- Many are holding back on dedicated China equity allocation due to low trust in China’s government, negative perceptions of corporate governance policies, and questions about market access