The Chinese market is a secret well-kept, with stringent rules and difficult entrance rates. But those who’ve kept their heads down, drudging through the weeds now hold the key, and have opened up opportunities to get access to the Chinese market for investors across the globe.
As we recently wrapped up our virtual conference: “Capitalizing on China’s Growth: Opening the Door for Investors and Managers” we met some of those people – namely Chineses/Asian Hedge Fund managers and had some great one-on-one interviews with hedge fund managers operating in Asia and live in mainland China markets, including futures. We pulled the best nuggets from each individual manager and mashed them into the ultimate pod on:
- Different strategy nuances across AI models
- Fixed income trading
- Stock picking A Shares
- Systematic trading of China futures markets, and more.
Hear from the pros with boots on the ground in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and the rest of Asia – as they unpack tips and tricks for these unique markets.
2:37: Stephan Zhou – Partner, Shanghai Mingshi Investment Management
18:21: Desmond How – Head of Fixed Income, GaoTeng
48:15: Michelle Leung – Chief Executive Officer, Xingtai
1:11:02: Alison Zhao – Head of Business Development, AP Capital Management
1:29:07: Brent Belote – CEO & Portfolio Manager, Cayler Capital
& if the mashup wasn’t enough, you can listen to the whole interview with each manager here: (VIDEO)
Mingshi Investment Mangement
AP Capital Mangement
JinZhiShang Strategy 21 (Cayler Capital)
Looking to learn EVEN MORE on these managers and strategies?
If you’re an accredited investor and you’re interested in having a one-on-one or group session Q&A with one of the managers below, register for OPIM Connect: Cap Intro Event. Register here.
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