Value Partners’ presence in China
Value Partners is one of Asia’s largest independent asset management firms offering world-class investment services and products for institutional and individual clients globally. The firm was among the first foreign fund managers to enter the mainland China market, and started investing in the China domestic market in the early 90s. Value Partners opened an office in Shanghai and established an investment research team in 2009. The firm became a wholly foreign-owned enterprise (“WFOE”) since 2011.
In 2017,the Group’s wholly owned subsidiary Value Partners Investment Management (Shanghai) Limited (“Value Partners Shanghai”) successfully registered as a private fund management firm, became the first Hong Kong-headquartered asset manager to receive approval for a private fund management (“PFM”) license. In addition, Value Partners Group was the first Hong Kong-based asset management group that has won the Qualified Domestic Limited Partner (“QDLP”) status.
Value Partners is well-positioned to bridge investments between China and the world. On the one hand, we offer Chinese investors a vast pool of overseas investment opportunities.
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Value Partners’ flagship fund receives approval to join Mutual Recognition of Funds scheme
Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) between mainland China and Hong Kong is a scheme jointly launched by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC). Under the scheme, eligible Mainland and Hong Kong funds can be distributed in each other’s market through a streamlined vetting process. MRF has been implemented since 1 July 2015.
Value Partners’ flagship Value Partners Classic Fund has been approved by the China Securities Regulatory Commission as an eligible northbound fund under the MRF scheme on 6 December 2018. Tianhong Asset Management Co., Ltd. (“Tianhong Asset Management” or “Tianhong”) was appointed as the fund’s master agent under the MRF scheme.
To learn more about the fund, visit Tianhong’s website.