china securities joint venture

Foreign banks jostle for a better position in China

Removal of restrictions sees leading foreign securities and asset managers re-evaluate China's financial market in search of profit. Tactics will determine if years of misfortune and lacklustre results will be reversed.
May 21, 2018

China's banks: unwrapping Xi's 'gift' to investors

State behemoths don't need the cash. Commercial banking is getting crowded and tech giants are barging in. That leaves little, if anything, for foreign investors to get their teeth into.
November 10, 2017

UBS China JV bolsters team with senior hire

The promotion of a new senior relationship manager is the latest step in UBS's effort to capture the increasing opportunities in equities and FX, rates, credit businesses in China.
July 13, 2017

Foreign banks crave bigger slice of China JVs

Hopes are rising that regulators will at last sate global players' appetites for stakes of more than 50% in their Chinese securities joint ventures. Golden opportunities await.
June 18, 2017

JP Morgan linked with China JV sale

JP Morgan is in talks to sell its stake in a China securities joint venture to its partner First Capital Securities, amid rumours that the US bank was aiming for a stronger joint venture.
October 20, 2016

HSBC finally snags China securities JV

The biggest foreign bank in China by assets has long sought a securities license in China and has lagged many of its peers. But maybe that’s no bad thing.
November 02, 2015