Value Partners keeps faith in B shares

Hong Kong-based Value Partners is launching a B-share fund to target undervalued shares. Associate director Jonathan Liang says market reforms will benefit the fund.

Q What can you tell us about the fund

A It'll be open-ended. The chief reason we have launched this fund is because B shares are very much a forgotten market by foreign investors. We see a lot of value in the markets.

Q What's the fund's estimated return in the first year

A I would love to answer your question, but because the fund is not approved yet I cannot give you too many details. It usually takes two to six months for a fund to be approved in Hong Kong. As to investing in China, we already have an investor ID there.

Q How big does your fund have...

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