HSBC Plots China Consumer Fund In HK

HSBC Global Asset Management has received approval from the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to launch a new fund, the China Consumer Opportunities Fund, according to the regulator’s website.

  • 26 Aug 2011

HSBC Global Asset Management has received approval from the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to launch a new fund, the China Consumer Opportunities Fund, according to the regulator’s website. HSBC officials say the fund may invest in financial derivatives for hedging purposes.

Preliminary offer documents posted on ...

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