ASSETS USING RAYLIANT STRATEGIES
as of 30 June 2021*
WON FOR OUR RESEARCH
ACROSS ASIA, NORTH AMERICA, AND EUROPE
*As of 30 June 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 777 million. Offices include offices of subsidiaries and joint ventures.
8 SEPTEMBER 2021
Beijing’s announcement of a 3rd new stock exchange may have been surprising, but actually makes sense when viewing from a local perspective.
30 AUGUST 2021
Philanthropy, taxes, and government assistance programs are new concepts that are top of mind for the Chinese government, signaling a willingness to adopt a more Western approach towards achieving common prosperity.
5 AUGUST 2021
China’s regulators are focused on those industries and companies with the greatest potential to hurt Chinese society. This means ESG investors who tailor their approach to local social issues —which are often different from “western issues”—can avoid regulatory black swan events and earn better returns.
30 JULY 2021
Rayliant’s Head of Research, Vish Viswanathan, explains why recent market activity suggests that A-shares have less regulatory risk than H-shares and ADRs.
26 JULY 2021
The latest policy decree from Beijing is a likely death sentence for the for-profit education sector in China … but it may be a win for Chinese society. Global investors are sometimes uncomfortable with China’s interventionist approach to address social issues. But if they want to invest successfully in Chinese companies, they’d better understand it.
14 JULY 2021
Is this the end of the road for Chinese ADRs? China may be tightening the VIE loophole that previously permitted U.S. listings of Chinese companies. This article explains why ADRs and VIEs present an especially complicated issue for regulators in China.
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