AIMA Regulatory Deep Dive Programme Hong Kong & Singapore

Hong Kong USA Singapore Hong Kong Asia Pacific Canada European Union Regulatory Deep Dive

The session will be of interest to non domestic manager members who would be interested in that country/region because they:

  • Manage or sub-manage funds established in that country/region;
  • Market funds or portfolio management services in that country/region; or
  • Invest in issuers established in that country/region or traded in that country/region.

About this session

The increasing interest among investors in Asia in products such as ESG and digital assets has heavily impacted fund managers’ investment strategies. At the same time, the tumultuous relationship between the world's largest economies US and China, and the uncertainties associated with that relationship, will likely be a big factor in the international regulatory landscape for years to come. 

Join us to hear about how these investor themes are impacting investment strategies and how regulators are adapting to the fast changing landscape.

This panel session will cover:

  • An update on the US/China trade war - how does it impact investor sentiment in the region
  • Strong interest in ESG and regulatory developments and expectations in Asia
  • Increasing number of crypto funds and requisite licences/ notifications for crypto fund management

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AIMA Regulatory Deep Dive Programme

AIMA are hosting a programme of country/region-specific regulatory review sessions that cover the changes in the relevant country/region's regulation and enforcement in the trailing six months and any pending or future country/region-specific developments that are anticipated in the next six months.

Each session will cover topics with respect to the country/regionproviding requirements, guidance, enforcement that affects solely asset managers that are established there. The sessions will be of interest to non domestic manager members who would be interested in that country/region because they:

  • Manage or sub-manage funds established in that country/region;
  • Market funds or portfolio management services in that country/region; or
  • Invest in issuers established in that country/region or traded in that country/region.

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