Finews Asia: China No Longer Sustained by Shadow Banking Model

Apr 1, 2020

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The opportunity in China for asset managers and private banks is structural rather than tactical, so it should withstand the Covid-19 crisis.  China's economy is shifting gears and can no longer be sustained by the shadow banking model. The regulator sees the need to move away from shadow banking credit towards better-priced capital.

Japser Yip, a principal in the financial services practice at Oliver Wyman in Hong Kong, talks about the opening of the China onshore market would be a tipping point for global players.

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