High levels of risk and more attractive options see some family offices in two finance hubs steer clear of the novel asset class.
A new Greater Bay Area-focused fund launched by state-owned Shenzhen Capital International and Value Partners is set to lure investors tapping undervalued growth opportunities in the region.
Local hiring and spending requirements fail to dent the city-state’s desirability as a family office base, and tax breaks serve as a sweetener.
The Hong Kong government's incentives appear to be working as the city has a strong pipeline of family offices looking to establish a presence, according to the city's financial chief.
On International Women's Day, AsianInvestor showcases some of the high achievers who play a powerful role in Hong Kong's institutional investing arena. We present a photo gallery.
As Singapore digests its influx of Chinese family offices, Hong Kong may be on the cusp of a recovery in a sector where confidence has suffered.
Chinese family office investors have flocked to the city state over reasons ranging from concerns over Hong Kong’s future to simple risk mitigation.
Dry warehouses could generate all the energy they need from solar panels on roofs.
Easing of listing requirements for early-stage technology companies brings both risks and opportunities for investors, say experts.
Pre-commercial companies are subject to a minimum market capitalisation requirement of HK$15 billion ($1.9 billion), while those with annual revenues of HK$250 million are expected to have a capitalisation of at least HK$8 billion at the time of listing.
A bullish message of Hong Kong's re-emergence was conveyed by a stellar cast of speakers at the Global Leaders' Summit.
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