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Alternative investment ‘a growing trend’
    2017-09-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yu

JeniZhang13@163.com

THE golden decade of fixed income in China’s investment market has passed, and in its place a new normal of moderate income is being ushered in, said Chen Min, partner of CreditEase Wealth Management’s Private Equity Fund of Funds (PE FOF) at the 11th ChinaVenture Investment Conference Limited Partner Summit that took place in Shenzhen on Monday.

The summit gathered dozens of prominent investment institutions, high-tech enterprises, FOFs, government-guided funds, insurance funds, and wealth management institutions for the purpose of facilitating in-depth discussions, clarifying the status quo of China’s VC/PE investment market, predicting the industry’s future trends, and providing references for strategy adjustment in China’s LP market.

“Under the new normal, private equity investment and overseas asset allocation will play an important role. In addition, alternative investment is gradually evolving into the mainstream investment, which requires us to pay more attention to alternative investment, especially PE,” said Chen in his speech.

According to Chen, four investment trends of high net worth individuals are expected in China in the next 10 years: a shift from fixed income to equity investment, short-term speculation to long-term investment, product investment to global asset allocation, and the transition from first-generation wealth creation to the second-generation wealth preservation.

Guo Libo, president of the research institute of ChinaVenture Group, said that a characteristic of PE over the past 10 years was the rise of alternative investment. By the end of 2015, the scale of global asset management reached US$71.4 trillion, in which alternative investment took up 12 percent, or US$8 trillion. In 2013, it only accounted for 7 percent.

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