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How a US$400bn investor captures local alpha in China’s wealth market

Founded in 1939, New York-headquartered Neuberger Berman was given its Chinese name Lu Bo Mai (路博迈), which means “a wider route”, from the celebrated Chinese banker Jin Liqun. As the second wholly foreign-owned mutual fund manager licensed in China, how can the US$400 billion asset manager capture alpha in terms of services, products, profits and investors in China’s wealth market,…

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