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Private banks get stepchild treatment from Chinese fund houses

Whilst private banking clients in Asia are eager to access China’s onshore financial market via RQFII (renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor) quotas, Chinese fund houses are more reticent about how and when their funds should make their way on to private banking product shelves. With the demand for onshore funds is spurred by extraordinary returns – fixed income yields can…

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