The China opportunity

Much is changing in China and this has material implications for all investors, whether individuals or large, and or sophisticated institutional investors. The cost of ignoring this emerging opportunity might prove too high, especially over the longer term.

Capital at risk. The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and are not guaranteed. Investors may not get back the amount originally invested.

Risk: Investments in China are subject to certain additional risks due to issues relating to liquidity and the repatriation of capital.

China: The Essentials
Learn more in our latest infographic.
Chenghuang Pavilion and Temple in China

Huge, but under-owned

2nd
Largest economy
in the world1
2nd
Largest equity & bond
markets globally²
3%
Owned by foreign
investors³

Sources: 1IMF, April 2021, 2World Federation of Exchanges, December 2020 and Bank of International Settlements, September 2020, 3People’s Bank of China, Wind, December 2020

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