In this month’s IFIA Hong Kong special edition find out everything you need to know about the latest updates relating to Ireland and China’s funds industry relationship. Maples and Calder offer advice on establishing UCITS and AIF’s for RQFII managers since the recent opening up of the RQFII market for the first time to investment funds domiciled in other jurisdictions, such as Ireland.
Hong Kong Seminar September 2014
Conor O’Mara gives a detailed account of our recent Hong Kong Seminar and explains the main topics of interest.Read Article
China Access Strategy
Maples and Calder offer advice on establishing UCITS and AIF’s for RQFII managers since the recent opening up of the RQFII market.Read Article
China's Interbank Bond Market
Shay Lydon from Matheson discusses the range of opportunities available in China for UCITS with a fixed income focus.Read Article
Loan Origination QIAIFs
Paul Moloney from Dillon Eustace Hong Kong summarises the new Loan Origination QIAIFs recently announced by the Central Bank of Ireland.Read Article
Retail Funds Transparency and Disclosure
David McEvoy from Black Rock outlines the enhanced transparency and disclosure requirements in Hong Kong.Read Article
Economist Intelligence Unit: Choosing a European fund domicile: The views of global asset managersView
These articles are for informational purposes only and it is recommended that professional advice is sought if conducting business in Ireland.