ASSETS USING RAYLIANT STRATEGIES
as of 31 March 2021*
WON FOR OUR RESEARCH
ACROSS ASIA, NORTH AMERICA, AND EUROPE
*As of 31 March 2021. Assets include non-discretionary assets managed by external asset managers using Rayliant’s strategies and non-discretionary assets benchmarked to Rayliant’s indexes. Discretionary AUM stands at USD 706 million. Offices include offices of subsidiaries and joint ventures.
Given some of the alarmist coverage around the slowing loan activity in China, it’s no surprise that investors are curious. The change in policy will likely have an effect on the Chinese equities market, but the impact may be different than many suspect.
In this research note, Dr. Phil Wool reviews some of the history behind China’s asset management industry. The results shed light on the sources of mutual fund outperformance in China and demonstrate the value of active management in a market dominated by retail investors.
Most people prefer to understand Chinese regulators through the lens of communism vs. capitalism or a one-party system versus a multi-party democracy. However the more useful (and certainly the most simple) analogy is likely the “tiger-mom” vs. Montessori framework for parenting.
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